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Bank of Korea Money Museum, Seoul
(4.1/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
A National Historic Site, Bank of Korea Money Museum offers an insight into the national bank’s history and economic role in the country, as well as the world. The splendid 1912 building stands out as one of the most aesthetically pleasing in the area, with its recognizable design resembling the buildings of the French Renaissance. As you enter and walk through the bank's many rooms, you'll learn about the development of the Korean economy and its role on the global financial scene. See a collection of coins ranging from ancient times through to the present day, and find out what they were worth through the centuries. At the end of your visit, you can have a drink in the cafe on the first floor, or buy replica currency from all over the world in the souvenir shop. To visit Bank of Korea Money Museum on your holiday in Seoul, and find out what else Seoul has to offer, use our Seoul travel itinerary planner.
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  • Korea Bank building is a museum. Exhibition is mainly about money. It is sell in Korea Bank toy, so funny as a souvenir to the persons concerned. Appearance is great. Photos only:. New world department store across the street from that side.
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  • The Bank of Korea Money Museum is surrounded by places where you have every chance to spend money. There are upscale department stores like Lotte and Shinsegae, the endless array of young people's fas...  more »
  • I was exploring Myeong-dong and came across the Bank of Korea, which is hard to miss considering it's a huge landmark. It has some beautiful architecture on the outside as well as in. To my surprise t...  more »
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  • Used to be the bank of japan's branch in Seoul. After independence, the Bank of Korea is using this building for it's headquarter. Built by japanese people in earky 1900s. You can see how japanese people apply european building styles to their culture. Also inside of the building is currently used as money museum and it's free.
  • To be honest, there is nothing interesting to see. Better go for a walk along the Han river! This mini-museum is outdated
  • The main exhibit is a rare currency in both domestic and International Bank of 20,000 points in the manufacturing process of the currency, money and economy regarding the description of the materials, and students and are open to learning and cultural spaces for citizens. The exhibition is divided into four divisions (John), the establishment of the Bank of Korea background and purpose 1 John, the Bank of Korea, Bank of Korea's organization and operations, the materials related to the exhibits of the central banking system, and in the manufacture of currency and two John cyclic process, identifies the law, corruption, falsification of currency currency exchange currency in the future, such as how the money associated with a lifetime of material. The interest rate, currency and price for 3 John to the concept of national economy, inflation is the Central Bank's monetary and credit policy, the importance of stability, the Bank of Korea's role in the process of economic development in the Republic of Korea, such as exhibits and related material, 4 John of the Korean era currency and international currency such as currency-related material. Finally, the information in the archives of the Bank of Korea to publish various data access or data can be retrieved via the Internet is used as a space. Tue-Sun 10:00 am-5:00 pm admission can be, visit timeout 1 hour before entry. Closed Monday, holidays, persons with disabilities and group visitors are allowed on vehicle parking. Admission is free of charge
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  • There are a lot of places for shopping and close to amenities. So buy some souvenirs.
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  • Free entry for children and a variety of attractions along with currency and Bank of Korea can also tell the history of the
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