[Scenery] It is indeed a very good place, a place to increase your knowledge, very good
The National Museum of Korea is a national museum located in the Yongsan Family Park in Seoul, South Korea. It was built in 1945. The museum houses more than 135,000 cultural relics, of which more than 5,000 are displayed in the permanent exhibition hall.
In order to restore the original appearance of Gyeongbokgung Palace, the government demolished the old National Museum of Korea, which was originally the Palace of the Governor-General of Korea, and built a new museum in Yongsan.
The museum is large in scale and beautiful in building structure. You can clearly understand Korean culture and history. The museum houses tens of thousands of rare objects, each with different themes. The first floor is the archaeological museum and the second floor is the art gallery. , The third floor is the Asia Pavilion. The planning is clear. There are a large number of physical and multimedia presentations. The exhibits can be traced back to the Stone Age. The explanations involve multiple languages and only part of the key explanations. There is also a museum for children, which is very enlightening. Take the children to experience the influence of art.
The second time I came, this time there are two temporary exhibitions, two exhibitions in Gaya and Finland. It seems that the audio guide can be rented. As for the content of the regular exhibition halls, it has always been the same. World exhibition halls such as the Korean History Exhibition Hall on the first floor and the Egyptian Hall on the third floor are quite good. Some exhibits are only displayed for a period of time each year, so there is time to come several times.
The Central Museum in Seoul is also quite simple. This museum is also a more attractive place. The Central Museum is also the core location of the city. A large-scale national museum has been newly built and you can see many historical artworks.
It is a lovely place. You will be able to learn a lot about the Korean history. A lot to explore. Great place to be. Plus the view outside of the museum is really nice too.
A very, very stylish and trendy museum with live performances and camping in the surrounding green areas. It is very suitable for bringing children. The content of the exhibition focuses on archaeological discoveries through cultural relics, so there will be no multimedia display, and at its core it is a very orthodox museum. The two halls on the first floor are Korean archaeological discoveries, and the second floor are donations and Asian archaeological artifacts. The exhibits of cultural relics from other countries are very gorgeous, which shows the strength. There are many people on holidays, free but special exhibitions cost money. There are restaurants, cafes and supermarkets in the park. The environment is good. There are automatic air-conditioning channels connected to the park at 2 Village Station on the light rail and subway. The relocation is next to the Sino-US military base. It’s not easy to buy stamps outside the Korea Post Office to find the postbox, and it’s also hard to find Korean postcards. They are all available here, and you can send them all at once.
The museum itself does not comment, because after all, the exhibits inside must be experienced by yourself. 1 Transportation: Get off at Ercun Station and go to Exit 2, but you don't need to leave the station. A passage has been built directly to the entrance of the museum. 2Tickets: There is a message saying that the ticket is 2000, but when I went there, I didn't really see that I had to buy a ticket, unlike the previous Busan Museum which had to be collected for free. Because the museum’s special exhibition hall is exhibiting Egyptian cultural relics, many Koreans ``see this exhibition, and the ticket office is selling this ticket for 9,000 won. 3 Explanation: There are brochures when you get off the subway, in Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean. The venue has three floors, a development and evolution of the Korean Peninsula from the Neolithic Age to the Joseon Dynasty; the second floor is some artworks (Buddha statues, porcelain...) and some Personal donations of celebrities, Asia Pavilion on the third floor, a separate hall in China, a hall in Japan, and a hall in Southeast Asia. 4 Feelings: Although it cannot be compared with my thousand-year history of Greater China, I still appreciate their attitude to inheriting their own culture. Many parents and teachers brought their children, and volunteers and aunts led the explanation. Each team did not exceed 10 people, and the children listened carefully. There are seats in the halls and small halls on each floor, drinking facilities are provided, stairs, elevators, and barrier-free passages are available; explainers can be rented, and the service desk has Chinese, Japanese, English, and Korean staff.