Museum of Oriental Medicine was founded in Chosun dynasty (9th year of King Hyo-jong, 1658), Daegu Yangnyeongsi is one of the three Korean traditional medicine ingredient markets in Korea.A name brand that represents Korean traditional medicine, Yangnyeongsi is an international hub of commerce for traditional medicine ingredients and has provided ingredients not only to the people of Korea, but also to those of China, Russia and Europe for several centuries.In an attempt to preserve, succeed to, and advance Yangnyeongsi’s culture of Korean traditional medicine, and to establish Daegu Yangnyeongsi as the birthplace of traditional medicine ingredient distribution, “Permanent Exhibition of Oriental Medicine” was opened on the second floor of National Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives Namdaegu branch, located at the Yakjeon (Pharmacopoeia) Alley in September 25th, 1985.Daegu Yangnyeongsi Museum of Oriental Medicine plan to establish the Museum as a cultural and tourism leader in Korean traditional medicine by providing exhibitions and education programs that allow visitors hands-on learning opportunities of the life of the Yangnyeongsi people in the past.
[Check in] Visit the Korean Medicine Museum of Daegu Yaoryeong Market, a comprehensive cultural space + museum, to experience Korean medical culture. There are many similarities with China !
Korean medicine is actually a branch of Chinese medicine, and it is also part of Korean history and culture. Koreans are still worthy of my study in protecting and promoting history and culture. The Museum of Korean Medicine was established to promote ancient medicine in Korea. The museum is very small. , There are many ancient medical books and medicines, many of which are Chinese characters, it is very recommended!
This museum is very large, and there are various medicinal materials on display as cultural relics, which makes people feel excited and shocked after seeing it.
The Daegu Medical Museum is located in the downtown area of Daegu and has inherited some ancient medicine culture. The pavilion was opened in 1985 and later upgraded to Daegu Yaknyeong City Korean Medicine Museum; in 2000, it was designated as a cultural and tourist scenic district; in 2001, it was certified as "Korea's oldest Yaknyeong City"; in 2001, Daegu Yaknyeong City was designated As a special zone of Korean medicine, the 35th Yakryong City Korean Medicine Culture Festival was held in 2012.