The Postal Museum shows different ways of mail transmission over the years, various stamp designs, and even handwritten letters from World War I. The mail carriers shown are carriages, airplanes, trains and jeeps. There is even an exhibition about dogs that used to be postal mascots for a long time. Visiting museums is free and getting free maps after entering.
The scenery is beautiful, the cost-effective is super high and the interest is interesting.
It feels much smaller and younger than the China Post Museum.
Museums and the cultural life of Koreans with a lot of shows are still very rich.
This is not as interesting as the Stamp Museum. It mainly introduces the postal business and products and the history of development.