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Good exhibits about the history of Seoul. It is free unlike museums in Europe and they dont pressure you to make a donation. Worth a visit to understand more about Seoul. Spent about 2 hours here. Well worth the time.
If you have time do visit this very interesting museum that showcases the six centuries of Seoul’s storied past.
From its early founding as a strategic capital for the unified Korean kingdom because of the fengshui and laid out in Confucian principles it grew to...More
This is a fun museum and I have been here several times. For a first-time visitor, plan on at least 2-3 hours to visit. My favorite part was recent history from the 1920's to the 1990's. There is even a model of a 1980's apartment...More
Great place to learn about Korea over the years. Nice historical exhibits and costumes. It was interesting to see the 60s, 70s and 80s also represented. Takes a couple of hours to walk around. Definitely worth a visit.
It was raining hard that day, so we decided to take a museum tour and visited many museums, this was our favorite, due to limited time we only spend about 45 minutes, the collections was very well display, from yesteryear long ago and far away,...More
This is a fine museum with free entrance.
Also, a place to get refreshed with fountains, garden and other facilities.
There's an outdoor terrace connected to the backyard. It's a good place to rest when you're exhausted after seeing things around.
I wish I'd spent more time here, there was even a school group practicing for an orchestral presentation. And it was FREE! You need to take your time to take it all in. I took an Uber from the Seoul of Museum of Art to...More