National Palace Museum of Korea, Seoul
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Explore over 500 years of Korean history at National Palace Museum of Korea. Established in 1908, the museum as undergone various changes in name and location over the years, but its focus has remained the same. Harboring over 40,000 artifacts and royal treasures, the museum highlights the Joseon dynasty and the Korean Empire's contribution to the country's art and culture. As well as the displays of scrolls, revealing artworks, and other relics, the museum offers a coffee shop and gift shop. Using our world travel planner, Seoul attractions like National Palace Museum of Korea can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Omdat het paleis dicht was ben ik hier naar binnen gelopen. Aardige collectie van allerlei historische dingen waarvan je als buitenstaander de logica niet van ziet. De toegang is echter gratis dus leu... read more »I'm here because the Palace was close to within. Nice collection of all kinds of historical things you as an outsider not of see the logic. However, access is free so nice point of interest for when it rains.show original
Музей действительно можно посетить совершенно бесплатно. К сожалению, какая-либо информация, в том числе буклеты на русском языке, отсутствуют. Хотя многие экспонаты в каких-либо комментариях не нужда... read more »The Museum really can be visited completely free of charge. Unfortunately, any information, including brochures in Russian. Although many exhibits in any comments, do not need. Museum Exposition tells about the Korean royal dynasty until the 19th century. Because the entrance to the Museum is free, you can go.show original
Prima d'iniziare la visita ai vari palazzi reali di Seoul consiglio vivamente la visita a questo museo. Qui attraverso una bella collezione d'arte proveniente dai vari palazzi, bene vengono raccontati... read more »Before the visit to the several royal palaces of Seoul I highly recommend visiting this museum. Here through a fine collection of art from various buildings, fine told the five hundred years of history, culture and life of the Court of the Joseon Dynasty. Magnificent and unmissable paintings that you will find on the top level. The Museum is divided into three floors, it will take at least three hours. Permission to photograph. Very good the shop inside for nice purchases. Closed on Mondays, open from 9 to 18 with free admission. Subway of Gyeongbokgung.show original
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