The memorial hall of the former site of Hangzhou, the provisional government of the Republic of Korea, is not far from the West Lake scenic spot. We came to Hangzhou West Lake to see it when we visited it. The building of the memorial hall is very special. It is two stories high and the blue brick and tile house is on the street. It is also very beautiful at night.
Attraction Name: The Memorial Hall of the Hangzhou Site of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea
Address: No. 55, Changsheng Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou
Tickets: free entry
Opening hours: 8:45 am-17:00 pm
The door is still open at night. This is a retro old building complex, suitable for punching in and taking pictures. Some sculptures are more lifelike.
Going around West Lake in a refreshing autumn, I got off the bus at the intersection of Dongpo Road and Qingchun Road. I saw this "Hangzhou Memorial Hall of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea" on the way past Jangsheng Road. The door is open and open for free, so go in and visit~~ ~~~~~~
The memorial hall is a two-story building built during the Republic of China independence period. In order to enhance the traditional friendship between the people of China and South Korea and strengthen the economic and cultural exchanges between Zhejiang, Hangzhou and South Korea, the Hangzhou Municipal Government allocated a huge amount of money to the "Lakeside Village" at No. 55, Changsheng Road, which was used as an office by the former Korean Provisional Government. In 2005, the Hangzhou Memorial Hall of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea was built and opened on November 30, 2007.
The museum has been expanded three times on the basis of the original site, divided into three exhibition halls, with vivid pictures and video files, the largest restoration of the Republic of China, the national people represented by the founding father of South Korea, Mr. Jin Jiu, to avoid the Japanese invaders Randomly searched, rushed to and fro in China, and after many twists and turns, came to Hangzhou, where a provisional government was established and the patriotic independence movement continued. It also showcases the historical chapter of the Chinese and Korean people fighting side by side with the Japanese colonists through mediation and resistance in the 1930s.
I happened to ride from here, and I couldn't help but glance at a row of old buildings and found that there was an exhibition inside. The exhibition is small, but the content is very rich, divided into two parts. Through detailed texts and pictures, you can understand a history of Koreans’ resistance to Japan that once occurred on our territory, as well as the historical facts of the Chinese people’s full support and assistance to the independence movement of the Republic of Korea government. The anti-Japanese bombing incident in Hongkou Park has been learned in detail, and the government of the Republic of Korea has gone through hard times. The exhibition is free to visit.
This is the former memorial hall of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Hangzhou. Was wandering around the West Lake scenic spot, occasionally found, such as a treasure. The memorial hall is free to visit and there are few tourists. The entire exhibition hall is not very large, but it has all the five internal organs and is a good opportunity to understand the history of that era. Photos and some old things are very well preserved. There is still a nice hotel hidden here, and there is a restaurant on the first floor of the hotel. It's really an outside harvest. It is worth checking in and recommending.