This museum was located next to rear entrance to the Gyeongbokgung Palace. The building design was quite unexpected and its concrete base rose high above the ground with a multi story pagoda located on the top. There also was a nicely landscaped garden surrounding the museum.
Inside were multiple exhibition halls that did a very good job in detailing the traditions and daily lives of the Korean people both past and present with artifacts (clothing, tools, replica homes, funeral biers, etc) and detailed explanations. The special exhibit was focused on present day workers from Incheon and the work they did. It was personal with their uniforms, biographies and the products they worked on (i.e. cars, textiles).
Admission was free. A cafe was also located on the ground floor off to the side of the main entrance.