Most of the exhibits are the ruins of ancient tombs in the Neolithic Age, and various types of pottery, stone and bone tools have been unearthed, which are of great significance to the study of the relationship between Korea and Japan.
One stop away from Dongsam-dong Shell Mound Museum is the National Maritime Museum of Korea, which is the largest and highest-level maritime museum in South Korea. Not only is it open for free, but it also opens until 9 pm! Here you can see South Korea’s great adventures in the Northeast Asian ocean since the Stone Age, the evolution of ships in various periods, and contemporary South Korea’s development and research on the ocean-don’t look down on South Korea, a small country in Northeast Asia. , In the shipbuilding industry, it can compete with the Chinese dynasty. But to be honest, the most eye-catching thing in this museum is of course not the past and present history of South Korea's navigation, but the large aquarium with internal corridors.
Dongsamdong Shell Mound Exhibition Hall has many unearthed cultural relics. It is the largest archaeological site and also understands the culture and characteristics of the Neolithic period in Korea.
After entering the museum, be targeted, don't miss these invaluable national treasures. Very good exhibition hall, quite historical.
There are a lot of unearthed tools and decorations, some of them are very creative and awesome