Kumho Art Museum and Gyeongbokgung Palace are separated by a wall. On the east side of Gyeongbokgung Palace, the art works exhibited in the museum are all modern Korean paintings, which form a different cultural contrast with the ancient Gyeongbokgung Palace. The art gallery is not large. You can watch it in half an hour.
The Kumho Art Museum is in a dense area of galleries, because there are no exhibitions, so you can go or not. There is also a cafe at the entrance. The location is better. It is right next to Gyeongbokgung Palace. Those who love art can consider going there. Some imitation Greek statues are sold in the gift shop. There are also miniature ones.
The environment inside is ok, very artistic, complete facilities, and convenient transportation
Hanbok Art Museum, you can enjoy it, interesting
They are all works of modern Korean masters. The citrus is still very good.
Nice small museum with works by younger artists. Third floor has an exhibition by Woo Jeongsu - Calming the storm. Some degree of repetition in the theme throughout the floor. Interesting . Basemen...
Happened by the Museum after visiting nearby Gyeongbokdong palace. 5 KRW for a brief museum experience. Most of the presentation on "Blank Page" were in rooms you had to curtain to enter in order to...