Entrance to the National Museum.
From here you can see all of the National Museum of Korea.
The basic concept of the new museum is to reinterpret the traditional architectural spirit of Korea in a contemporary way. An open plaza connects the museum’s two main wings, making them appear to be one grand building. The open plaza is designed to evoke maru (wooden floor), an architectural element unique to Korea. Open to all visitors, the plaza serves as a gateway to every point in the museum, including the exhibition halls, the special exhibition gallery, and the staff offices.
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How to get the National Museum of Korea.
Ichon Station (Seoul Subway Line 4 & Gyeongui-Jungang Line), Exit 2.
- The subway station is connected to the museum
via an underpass called Bakmulgwan Nadeul-gil or Moving Museum.
Take Bus 400, 502 or Seoul City Tour Bus and get off at National Museum of Korea.