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I visited this Museum when it was China New Year or Lunar New Year for Korean. They have a festival, many food stalls, and some traditional dance show (we can dance together and take pictures with the dancers after their routine finished).
We stumbled across this museum and were glad we did! It's a delightful museum that shows the pride the residents of Seoul have in their city and its history. On one of the upper floors, there's a huge miniature layout of the city. You can...More
I found this museum more interesting than the Korean War Museum or the National Museum. I particularly liked the section on the reconstruction of the city after 1953 and its development over the following frenetic decades.
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