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I thought this might be a rather worthy place but actually it was completely riveting. The recovered 14th century shipwreck is superbly displayed and evokes a period when trade between China, Korea and Japan was flourishing, with whole stacks of completely unblemished bowls preserved down...More
Free. Yes this great local museum is free. The amount of rose wood in the ship wrack was amazing. All the 15th century Korean Chinese and Japanese ceramics are amazing. The tons and tons and tons of Rosewood is what amazed me.
This is a first of a kind I visited in Korea. The museum and it's exhi bition is dedicated on a discovery of a 500 years old shunken ferry. It let us see the old trade items and route. It was quite educational for our...More
This museum is well organized and staffs are very kind. Audio guide is available and it exhibits the historical relics/artifacts found in sunken vessel from Mokpo port. It reveals that this port was an important spot of overseas trading between Korea, China and Japan from...More
Very nice museum to walk around. Doesn't take much time to finish. The entrance is free. When I was there, there were no audio guides in English. There are 5-6 rooms with an own theme. The showpiece was a chinese ship that has sunk in...More
It is the place where archeologists restore Korean ancient and middle-aged ships after finding wrecked ones in Yellow sea. You can see not only the ships but various relics found in them. For children, it's fairly nice place.
This museum is located next to Mokpo harbour, allowing visitors a comparative perspective on Korean watercraft. Ancient vessels rest just a short distance away from their modern counterparts, giving tourists an idea of what the ships exhibited in the museum might have been used for...More
This museum features a large collection of caledon pottery and the remains of ship recovered from the coastal waters off Jeollanam-do. The remains of the ship are displayed in a large room that allows visitors to walk around it and see it from different perspectives....More