This museum is a real hidden gem, nested in the heart of the traditional village it displays a very rich collection of Korean traditional paintings, some of which were saved from the total art destruction by the Japanese colonization.
In addition, they offer fun and interactive activities that teach you how to paint korean folk art. It was very fun, and the kids enjoyed it.
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