If you like horses, then this museum will be of interest to you. To commemorate the 1988 Seoul Olympics and to preserve the ... More
If you like horses, then this museum will be of interest to you. To commemorate the 1988 Seoul Olympics and to preserve the equine culture of Korea, the Korea Racing Association opened the Equine Museum in September 1988 to make people more aware of the important role that horses played in defining Korea's traditional culture. With more than 1,300 items on display, the museum presents a variety of artifacts dating from the Three Kingdoms period (1st century BC to 7th century AD), Koryo Dynasty (10th-14th centuries), the Chosun Dynasty (14th-19th centuries), as well as the present. Admission is free.
This museum is situated about a one hour bus ride from Seoul in a beautiful garden setting. Despite the long
journey it is well worth the trip. Come here to view artwork created by monks in the Korean Buddhist ...
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 ...
With over a hundered and twenty recipes on offer, there is never a dull moment at Kabin. Discover China on
a platter as you enjoy food from its different regions in an ambience that's truly traditional. Make sure you ...
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