The Temporary Capital Memorial Hall is a very historical building. The collection of the memorial hall is very rich. They are all designed according to the history of South Korea. If you visit here, you need to introduce yourself.
Although it has been a temporary capital for a short time, some aspects of history are recorded here.
In 1926, he became the residence of the governor of keishun South Road, but in 1950, he was excluded from the Korean army due to the Korean War, and the government of Lee Shotoku was used as the temporary capital of Busan and the residence of Lee Shotoku. Although the exterior is heavy, the material inside is very simple, multilingual version of information booklets and videos.
Personally think it is a place worth visiting. A commemoration of South Korean President Lee Seung Man. It reproduces the working environment and living environment of the president, and also shows people the lives of the people during the Korean War in the past. Showing history is also for people to remember history.
The museum, built on the seaside road, shows the temporary government during the Korean War, some of the rooms are in their original state and can see the past. It's still nice to have a little more time to walk around and learn more about the history.
Temporary office during the Korean Civil War is important to understand the history of Korea. Interest in the situation on the peninsula can be seen