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This is the largest museum in Korea with over 220,000 objects in its collection. It has six permanent exhibition galleries such as Historical Gallery and Fine Arts Gallery. It also has special exhibition halls, a children's museum, outdoor exhibit...more
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A great place for museum lovers or those with a genuine interest in Korean history. The museum is housed in an imposing building surrounded by beautiful grounds. Entry is free to the permanent exhibitions. We were fortunate to arrive on a day where there was...More
Spent 4-5 hours here on a rainy day on my most recent trip to Seoul and still did not cover the entire museum. It's a beautiful space and highly recommend spending a half day (or more if you can) exploring. The grounds around the museum...More
Easy to access from metro line 4 (Ichon station exit 2) or bus (#502 or #400) this museum is well worth the visit. General entry is free (M/Tu/Th/F 1000-1800, Wed/Sat 1000-2100, Sun/Holidays 1000-1900 - closed Jan 1, Seollal, and Chuseok) and they offer guided tours...More
I'm truly surprised by the number of museums and galleries in Seoul. The National Museum of Korea is a gem and a must see. The building is large an spacious with exhibited being well laid out. I've only managed to see less than 30% before...More
You could probably spend an entire day here, if not more! This is one of the biggest museums I've ever visited, but it's beautiful. It's very well curated as well. Keep in mind that unless Korean and Asian history is something of interest to you,...More
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You can take Line 4 (Jungang Line) to Ichon station. Get out at exit 2 and walk towards Yongsan family park. It is open daily from 10am to 6pm. It is open for longer on Wednesdays and Saturdays. On Sundays it is open up to... More
You can take Line 4 (Jungang Line) to Ichon station. Get out at exit 2 and walk towards Yongsan family park. It is open daily from 10am to 6pm. It is open for longer on Wednesdays and Saturdays. On Sundays it is open up to 7pm. Your hotel is located between City Hall and Seoul Metro stations - and you can ask the concierge staff at your hotel which is the best station to use to get to Ichon station.