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Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
The Daejeon Museum of Art is located near at 396 Mannyeon-dong, Seo-gu, the Expo Park in Daejeon, South Korea. It opened on April 15, 1998.It has featured modern art from both domestic and foreign artists. Recent shows have included "The Horizen of Daejeon Art" and "The Exhibition of Park Seung-moo." The facility has a floor space of just over 8,400 m². It also includes an outdoor sculpture park.
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  • Seoul Arts Center, Metropolitan Museum of art, Lee Eung-no Museum of art all gathered and back to the Arboretum, the upper river, Expo Park are very good. Museums are all ibjangryodo very cheap and wonderful. Explore them here, but right next to the East can afford to dine at, when you walk or stroll the upper thousand KAIST Daejeon tourist complete!
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  • Hyper-realism exhibit was impressive. And media artist Nam June Paik's work, permanent exhibition.
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  • Opened in 1998, is taking place in several events. Next to Lee Eung-no access, along with the galleries and Arboretum outside Korea lot exhibits fun to watch too.
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  • cheap with lots of variety of art.
  • It is a little small but has some interesting pieces. Food for about a 1/3 day review.
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  • The Arboretum and dense cultural and artistic facilities, Korea war, Expo Hall of art and civic square around war Lee Eung-no art museum in between. The entrance to the media artist Nam June Paik's turtle ship is fitted with spectators.
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  • A good exhibition.
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