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National Hangeul Museum, Korea

National Hangeul Museum, Korea

The National Hangeul Museum, dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the Korean alphabet, first opened its doors to the public on October 9, 2014, which happens to be Hangeul Day, a national holiday in Korea.   Read More

Seoul Museum of History, Korea

Seoul Museum of History, Korea

The Seoul Museum of History was founded by the Seoul Metropolitan Government to present the city’s history and culture from the Joseon Dynasty to this day.  Read More

Gwacheon National Science Museum, Korea

Gwacheon National Science Museum, Korea

The Gwacheon National Science Museum (GNSM), the largest science museum in Korea, first opened its doors to the public on November, 2008, to enhance interest in science and foster creativity in children in Korea.  Read More

Museum of Musical Instruments of the World, Korea

Museum of Musical Instruments of the World, Korea

The Museum of Musical Instruments of the World, in Gangwon-do Province, Korea, was established to preserve traditional musical instruments in an environment where many of them are becoming extinct.  Read More

Yoo Geum Museum of Roof-end Tiles, Korea

Yoo Geum Museum of Roof-end Tiles, Korea

The YooGeumMuseum of Roof-end Tile is Korea’s only museum dedicated to showcasing roof tiles. The museum was opened in January, 2008 and is located on Seokpajeonggil where Mt. Bukhan and Mt. Inwang in Seoul unfold on either side.  Read More

Seoul Baekje Museum, Korea

Seoul Baekje Museum, Korea

The Seoul Baekje Museum presents Seoul’s ancient history and culture with focus on the Hanseong period (18BCE-475CE) of the Baekje kingdom. The focus on this period is because this was the time when the area of present-day Seoul became the Baekje capital city.  Read More

Gyeomjae Jeong seon Memorial Museum, Korea

Gyeomjae Jeong seon Memorial Museum, Korea

The Gyeomjae Jeong Seon Memorial Museum was established in 2009 to commemorate the great Korean painter Jeong Seon (1676–1759). He is known as the father of the ‘true-view’ landscape painting tradition.   Read More

National Museum of Korea

National Museum of Korea

Since its establishment as the Imperial Museum of the Korean Empire in Seoul in 1909, the museum has been relocated many times. Today the National Museum of Korea (NMK) is located in Yongsan, Seoul.  Read More

Kyung Hee University Hye Jung Museum, Korea

Kyung Hee University Hye Jung Museum, Korea

The Kyung Hee University Hye Jung Museum is Korea’s first and largest museum exclusively established for the collection and display of antique maps. The collection includes antique maps and atlases produced in the West from the 16th century to the 20th century.  Read More

National Folk Museum of Korea

National Folk Museum of Korea

The National Folk Museum of Korea, in Seoul, is Korea’s leading institution dedicated to presenting traditional life, having more than two million visitors annually. The Museum has been playing significant roles in providing educational and cultural opportunities to understand how Koreans lived in traditional times.

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