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The entrance beckons payment of $3 for the museum. Pamphlets are available in multiple languages for free. The garden is expansive and backs onto the rear of the palace gardens. There is a fine example of funerary temple huts with extraordinary tombstones and figurines next...More
This museum is excellent. I love ethnographic museums where you can see how everyday people used to live, eat and dress and this one is excellent. It's all very impressive seeing art and sculpture and gold and jewels but this tells you very little about...More
The Folk Museum it is an attractive modern museum. It features several historic home displays plus associated items. It explains life in medieval Korea. It is topped with a pagoda which can be seen but not climbed.
Almost two hours and I hadn’t covered all that much. So, I left at closing time wishing that I had arrived earlier. The museum is large. There are many exhibits, and explanations in English.
While the main museum is covered, there are many exhibits outside...More
The park area is beautiful, with various building, but I found the actual museum to be fascinating. The displays have great English descriptions and seem to be very well taken care of. Many facets of Korean culture were presented, from education and the development of...More