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#1 of 344 Museums in Seoul
We have visited many war memorials and museums around the world including Auschwitz, Gallipoli, Long Tan and Monte Cassino This rates very well amongst them as a place to visit and the Koreans have done it very we...
I have visited a couple of war museums in Vietnam, London and Paris and I must say that the Seoul War Museum is outstanding by its design and the interactivity of the expositions.
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#2 of 344 Museums in Seoul
If you have visited other wax museums, you have to try this one in Seoul and discover a whole new immersive experience :)
On the 2nd floor you will find famous actresses, world renowned fashionistas and the Hall of Fame, which is also the main hall of Grevin Museum and where you will find Psy, G-Dragon, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Mike...
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#3 of 344 Museums in Seoul
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF KOREA….ONE OF ASIA’S GREAT MUSEUMS This is a truly amazing museum, set up in a very large functional building of contemporary design.
While most of the world's great museums have their showpiece exhibits made up of artefacts from Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, this museum is has a uniquely Korean focus, with a each room a step in the story of...
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#4 of 344 Museums in Seoul
The palace is a good way to start learning about the heritage and culture of korea, it offers tours in different languages including english, chinese and japanese, it also has different museums inside with awesome...
Centrally located near Insadong, Bukchon Hannock Village, as well as several museums, this main palace from the Joseon Dynasty is a great place to start your day.
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#5 of 344 Museums in Seoul
It consists of five main buildings: the Opera House, with three auditoriums; the Music Hall, with two concert halls; the Hangaram Art Museum; the Hangaram Design Museum; and the Seoul Calligraphy Art Museum.[1]:94[2]
It houses the Hangaram Art Museum with Korean culture and its diverse exhibitions of international scale.
#6 of 344 Museums in Seoul
This is one of my favorite museums in Seoul and somewhere I always take visitors.
This is one of the less-visited large museums in the city.
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#7 of 344 Museums in Seoul
The Place consists of three separate museums, 1) Trickeye museum 2) Ice museum and 3) Love museum.
The Ice Museum is also included in the ticket price.. really beautiful, just remember to put on a jacket before going in :) Perfect for a rainy day or when you just wanna have a chill time with friends or a partner!
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#8 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Two museums in one: The first museum is dedicated to Korean art and heritage; amazing collection of ancient ceramics (celadon, etc.).
I always visit art museums when I'm visiting any foreign city.
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#9 of 344 Museums in Seoul
I love visiting folk museums and seeing the traditional culture of the country I a visiting.
Like all museums we visited in South Korea, it was cheap, very informative and remarkably uncrowded.
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#10 of 344 Museums in Seoul
I have been to a lot of contemporary art museums and this is up there with the best!
And in a very good location next to the most popular place in town and less then 10 minutes walk from the King Sejong and Admiral Yi statues and museums.
#11 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Well as an graphics designer i love art and am always looking for new inspirations Hangaram Art Museum features some of the most heart warming art work by many well know artist.
One of the finest museum in seoul.
#12 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Entrance fee is comparable to other museums, couple of Euros per person.
The prison museum and the surrounding area is interesting and for photographers a good place to visit.
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#13 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Buy the Palace Pass (it's W10,000 for the five museums and the shrine) to get the best deal.
Consists of traditional palace buildings, landscaped and forested gardens, a statue of King Sejong the Great and the National Museum of Art, which holds special exhibitions.Located near City Hall Station.
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#14 of 344 Museums in Seoul
One of the best museums in Seoul!
THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM OF KOREA Located on the very spacious grounds of the Gyeongbokgung Palace, the most exquisite palace in Seoul, are the National Palace Museum and the National Folk Museum of Korea.
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#15 of 344 Museums in Seoul
First time at a Trick Eye Museums, Really fun!!
Hello!My friend and I had amazing time in your museum.We had fun,took a lot of great photos and was full of joy and positive mood!The museum is interesting,unusual with great pictures.Will recommend your place to...
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#16 of 344 Museums in Seoul
As all the museums that I visited in Seoul, it is well thought out.
This free museum is very close to the palace and if you go to the top floor, there's a great roof garden that overlooks the palace and the surrounding hills for great photos and views.
#17 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Its a great museum with lots see inside.
This museum has been used as Seoul station once upon a time.
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#18 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Come early and visit the Gugak Museum adjacent to the performance hall.
#19 of 344 Museums in Seoul
When we visited, the Seoul Museum of Art had some incredible exhibitions on feminism in Asia, digital & pixel art, and some interesting interactive exhibits where you could move the artwork.
Amazing modern museum
#20 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Both museums are worth checking out!
Fascinating and Creative Museum
#21 of 344 Museums in Seoul
One of the great things about Korean museums (there are so many interesting ones in Seoul) is that they are mostly deserted!
Museum features life-size wax figures and miniature displays that show traditional village life during the ancient times.
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#23 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Tip: if your journey leads you to Jeju-Island, dont miss the Arario-Museums there.
Quirky modern art museum, quirky in the sense of the way exhibits are displayed.
#24 of 344 Museums in Seoul
I definitely have an obsession with bank notes/coins, but this free museum was really cool!
Informative, child-friendly museum
#25 of 344 Museums in Seoul
If in Korea during the K-league Season (from March to November), I would highly recommend going to watch a football match in Seoul World Cup stadium and then visiting the museum since it is inside the stadium.
I visited the first soccer museum (Football Faentasium) in Korea.
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#26 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Out of all the museums I enjoyed this the most!, filled with interesting interactive games and activities so that you learn more about the presidency history of South Korea.
The kimchi museum gives a lot of insight on the Korean palate while the activity that allows you to have your name translated in Korean is a very interesting and fun event.
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#28 of 344 Museums in Seoul
This is one of my favourite museums because: a) Its free b) It's all about the Korean Alphabet, Hangul - arguably one of the easiest and most economical in the world c) It's kinda hilarious and cheesy You'll learn...
I always take people here when they visit me and it is always one of their favorite stops - usually preferred over the National Museum due to size and the ability to absorb the information.
#29 of 344 Museums in Seoul
Seoul has a lot to offer tourist, so depends on the time available to you and your interests; you may consider visiting Seodaemun Museum.
The museum was fairly standard for a natural history museum.
#30 of 344 Museums in Seoul
This is one of the best small museums i have ever been too.
A surprising amount of the museum is dedicated to evidence that the atrocities happened at all: diaries, maps, photos - simple but clear indicators which are then followed by the Japanese government denials and su...