Korean Bronzeware Museum or known as Daegu Bangjja Yugi Museum is Korea's first bronzeware-specialized museum built to preserve the Bangjja Yugi, a traditional cultural property.It also aims to hand down its manufacturing technology to posterity so that the excellence of traditional Korean cultural assets may continue to be presented, and the development of local culture will be promoted.The Museum houses 1,489 items of Yugi in 275 types donated without compensation by Mr. LEE Bong-ju, who made and collected Yugi.Artisan LEE Bong-ju was designated by the central government in 1983 as the Important Intangible Cultural Asset No. 77.It is rare to find countries in the world that preserve Yugi manufacturing technology. Under these circumstances, the Daegu Bangjja Yugi Museum will do its best in building diverse cultural contents with IT and CT integrated in order to meet the age of cultural competition in the 21st century.
This museum is very large and clean, and it is very quiet. There are many utensils in it, which is shocking to see.
The Fangzi Qiqi Museum is one of the most interesting museums here. This museum has a large building area. Many local people live here. Many of the porcelain in the museum is left over from history. The preservation is very good. Representative.
Because I don’t understand the local history and culture, if I don’t follow the guide and follow the old, I hope to learn more about it next time
The Daegu Fangzi Dunge Museum is Korea's earliest Fangzi Dunge theme museum. The museum was designated by the government as National Intangible Cultural Asset No. 77 in 1983. The exhibits in the museum are mainly life-long design works donated by the famous master of the ware, Mr. Li Fengzhu. The entire museum is divided into 1 basement level and 2 floors above ground. It has 3 exhibition rooms, a data retrieval room, a cultural room, a video education room, an outdoor performance hall, and a planning exhibition hall.