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This museum is the right size in a way, small but it has a good variety of Baekje Kingdom relics and some are quite amazing. In a way it is nice that it is small. You won't get overwhelmed like at some museums. You can...More
The Buyeo National Museum houses the quintessential Baekje artefact - the Gilt-Bronze Incense Burner of Baekje. It is the prime example of the zenith of Baekje craftsmanship and is definitely worth a look. The museum also presents a detailed history of the Baekje kingdom from...More
This museum is a must see, especially after you visit the palace reconstruction complex next door. You will definitely appreciate the skill it took to construct it. Ensure that you have at least 3-4 hrs to see them both.
Buyeo and Gongu were once the capitals of Baekje dynasty. If you are a history lover, you should pay visit to their museums. Plus the National Museum in Seoul, you will have a more thorough understanding of their histories.
C1 ( 2016.06.03 )
This museum had many exhibits about Baekje's history, but there was smaller than I think. The fee was free, and well-managed. Many people was in there for watching exhibits, and the atmosphere was good. There was not sufficient to me, but...More
See it if you happen to be there anyway. It contains numerous relics from the stone, bronze and copper age. It's most valued possession is the famous incense burner, which is a Korean national treasure and reputed to be the most beautiful incense burner in...More
After several hours of bus ride from Busan, including a switch from one bus station to another in Daejeon, the fifth largest city, I arrived at the bus station in Bueyo. There was no information to ask. This area is rather traditional in both positive...More
This museum is primarily focused on Baekje, but does showcase historical artificacts even before the Three Kingdoms period. The Buyeo National Museum is fantastic because it provides insight into this fascinating time period, adding value to the limited historical remains of the Baekje dynasty. For...More