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Housed in a smallish red brick building -- the former Japanese Consulate -- this museum focusses on the first half of the 20th century when the Japanese ruled Korea and used Mokpo as one of its key bases.
There are models of important buildings of...More
Great way to learn the role of Mokpo in Korean history. Lots of great pictures from turn of the century (19th Century), Lots of moving documentary on the Japanese occupation. Two buildings. Go to the one on the hill first (the old Japanese Embassy) with...More
A very nice museum for those they want a familiarization with Mokpo history.
I visit the second hall of modern history museum which is located on a hill in the old city of Mokpo.
Very useful information of the history and the grow up of...More
The neighborhood where this old building is located was Japanese areas with school, consular office and 100 year old cathedral. You can see the cycle of history since Mokpo at that time functioned as 5th largest harbour in Korean peninsula.
Set in the office of a former Japanese bank in the old Japanese district of Mokpo this museum gives a glimpse of the troubled history of Korea over the past century.
As previously mentioned this museum doesn't hold back and hide the unpleasantness of some...More
This museum is a record of 20th century Mokpo/Japan and focuses on the harrowing colonialism of Japan. Many lessons for the world. In addition, there are photographic comparisons of current Mokpo and the 1930's / 1940's. Photos taken from the same point, of the same...More
This small museum near Yudalsan is worth visiting. It provides visitors with a photographic history of South Korea during the 20th century. Many of the photos focus on Mokpo and Jeollanam-do and provide a fascinating glimpse into the history of the region. Be warned, this...More