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Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)

  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)
  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)
  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)
  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)
  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)
  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)
  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)
  • Sejoong Museum (세중박물관)

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155, Yangdaero, Yangji-myeon, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 용인시 처인구 양지면 양대로 155
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(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-31-321-7001
Operating Hours
March-October: 09:00-18:00 / November-February: 19:00-17:00
* Last admission is one hour before closing.
N/A (Open all year round)
  • Information
    Sejoong Museum consists of 14 exhibition chambers (1 indoor and 13 outdoor exhibition venues) and over 10,000 stone sculptures excavated from across the nation.

    Main types of statues include: stone Mun/Muin Seok (generals/scholars) that guard the spirits of the deceased at the graveyard; the comical Seoksu, which protect the King’s tomb; Jangseung & Beoksu, guardian spirits that prevent evil spirits and enemies from invading the village; Sotdae that are tall enough to look out for the safety of a village; Mangbuseok (faithful wife stone), a legendary faithful wife who became a stone after waiting and waiting for her never-returning husband; Dongjaseok, a cute child monk that grabs the eyes of passersby; Dol Hareubang, a symbolic stone sculpture of Jeju Island; and Hyojaseok, which commemorates a filial son.

    Other pieces include Buddhist relics such as stone pagodas and lamps, a horse-pulled millstone, well stones, stone pots, and other daily items used by Koreans from ancient times.

    Exhibition Hall Information
    *Exhibition Hall #1 - Jangseung Hall (장승관)
    A wide range of wooden Jangseung totem poles (e.g. Sotdae)

    *Exhibition Hall #2 - Beoksu Hall 1 (벅수 1관)
    “Hill of Joy, Anger, Sorrow and Pleasure" showing human facial expressions of each emotion

    *Exhibition Hall #3 - Sadaebu Tomb Hall (사대부묘관)
    Restoration of Sadaebu Myo (nobility graves) showing tomb patterns from the Joseon Era

    *Exhibition Hall #4 - Seokin Hall (석인관)
    Seokin (stone made man) in diverse costumes including Munin Seok and Dongja Seok

    *Exhibition Hall #5 - Province Hall (지방관)
    Munin Seok, Muin Seok, Beoksu, and Dongja Seok in diverse shapes by region

    *Exhibition Hall #6 - Jejudo Hall (제주도관)
    Overview of traditional Jeju Island culture

    *Exhibition Hall #7 - Seoksu Hall (석수관)
    Decorative graveyard sculptures of sheep, horses and tigers.

    *Exhibition Hall #8 - Daily Life Item Hall (생활유물관)
    Historical relics and daily items such as stone mill, stone mortar, brazier, hand mill stone, and stone for pounding clothes

    *Exhibition Hall #9
    Dongja Hall (동자관) - Stone sculptures of children

    *Exhibition Hall #10 - Folk Hall (민속관)
    Historical relics and stone sculptures related to folk religion such as Namgeun Seok, Sindang and Minbul

    *Exhibition Hall #11 - Beoksu Hall 2 (벅수 2관)
    Beoksu (stone statues similar to and including the Dol Harubang)

    *Exhibition Hall #12 - Buddhist Hall (불교관)
    Buddha sculptures, stone pagoda, Buddhist paintings, halos, and other Buddhist artifacts

    *Exhibition Hall #13 - Indoor Hall
    Historics relics from the New Stone Age to the Joseon Dynasty

    *Exhibition Hall #14 - Special Hall
    Cultural heritages and historical items recovered from Japan

    Admission / Participation Fees
    Adults (ages 20-64) 5,000 won / Group 3,000 won
    Youths (ages 13-19) 3,000 won / Group 2,000 won
    Children (under 12) 2,000 won / Group 1,000

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    Tel: +82-31-321-7001 / Fax: +82-31-321-7002

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