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The museum is in the grounds of the gyeongbok palace.you need a guide to explain about it.can take plenty of nice photos.it was very intresting learning about the way of life years ago and how much it has changed.we both enjoyed it.
Best museum. We like the small hut outside the compound. The displays inside the museum were well organised. My 8 years old son found it very interesting. There is a children museum within the same building. My 1 year old son was having great fun...More
A very nice museum inside and outside with some amazing buildings. There is also a museum only for kids. And the best thing is that this area is free to enter, but do yourself a favor and pay the 3000 wons to visit the temples....More
We had a great and detailed introduction about life, culture and history of Korea. For a Korean culture lover like me, this is a great way to appease the thirst for knowledge about the country. I really appreciated how the museum have depicted the evolution...More
This site is located in the vicinity of so my more places of interest it would seem a pity not to visit so generally I would not want to discourage anyone from visiting or including it in a visit to this area in general.
If you visit the Gyeongbukgung Palace be sure to pay a visit to this wonderful museum which is a short walk away. You’ll be able to cover the museum in a couple of hours in a casual stroll. Stop and focus on any particular exhibit...More
The museum is free as it is located inside the Gyeongbokgung Palace. Very informative for those who want to understand the culture and history of Korea.
I find it a little bored because the Korean culture is almost similar to the culture for Chinese. Thus,...More