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Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)

  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)
  • Pyeongchang Mooee Arts Center (평창무이예술관)

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Address
233, Saripyeong-gil, Bongpyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
강원도 평창군 봉평면 사리평길 233
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-33-335-6700
Operating Hours
09:00~19:00
Closed
• Mar ~ Oct (Summer season) :
First and third Monday
• Nov ~ Feb (Winter season) :
Every Mondays
Length of Tour
2 hours
  • Information
    Introduction
    The former Mooee Elementary School has been transformed into Mooee Arts Center exhibiting works of noted Korean artists. It is located in the town of Bongpyeong-myeon in Pyeongchang-gun County, which was the hometown of the famous Korean writer Lee Hyo-seok (1907-1942) and the background setting of his representative novel ‘When Buckwheat Blossoms Bloom.’ Mooee Arts Center opened on April 18, 2001 after 2 years of preparation by Korean artists of various genres including the Western-style painter Jeong Yeon-seo, calligrapher Lee Cheon-seop, sculptor Oh Sang-wook, and potter Kwon Soon-beom. The schoolyard has been turned into an outdoor sculpture park displaying large-scale sculptures. The arts center also offers hands-on experience programs and a chance to view the artists creating their pieces.

    Maximum Occupancy
    100 people

    Program Information
    Pottery, engraving, calligraphy (book in advance)

    Collections Status
    sculptures, pottery, calligraphy, drawing

    Industry Information
    Exhibition and sale of artworks

    Main Facilities
    Engraving room, sculpture room, muidobang room, calligraphy room, exhibition room, etc.

    Subsidiary Facilities
    Art shop, Cheungcheung Namu Teahouse, resting area

    Restrooms
    Available

    Admission / Participation Fees
    Individuals (aged 6 or older) 3,000 won
    Seniors (aged 65 or older) 2,000 won
    Groups (30 people or more) 2,000 won

    Pets
    Not permitted

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Parking Fee
    Free

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