This museum aims to promote the importance of pottery in relation to Koreans' lives, both past and present. It serves to ... More
National Folk Museum of Korea
This museum aims to promote the importance of pottery in relation to Koreans' lives, both past and present. It serves to spread the use of pottery in today's society. There are three exhibition halls: Earthenware Hall with more than 1,000 pieces, Folk Living Tools Hall with more than 2,000 pieces, and Farming Tools Hall with more than 100 pieces. To thoroughly look at all the artifacts takes from 60-90 minutes. The museum also publishes books about ceramics and provides pottery courses for students.
Located in downtown Seoul, across from City Hall, this palace was built as the main residence for the kings of
the early Chosun Dynasty. Among all the palaces in Seoul, this palace exhibits the first Western style building, Sokjojon, ...
Rumored to have once been the house of a politician from the Chosun Dynasty, this building is now the abode
of artworks. Particularly frequented by foreign visitors, the Kyung in Art Gallery is a popular venue for upcoming artists ...
This memorial hall was built in honor of the great King Sejong, who reigned in the 15th century. His achievements
in the fields of music, science, and the Korean writing system are celebrated here. The museum features traditional musical ...