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Arko Art Center (아르코미술관)

  • Arko Art Center (아르코미술관)
  • Arko Art Center (아르코미술관)
  • Arko Art Center (아르코미술관)
  • Arko Art Center (아르코미술관)
  • Arko Art Center (아르코미술관)
  • Arko Art Center (아르코미술관)

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Address
3, Dongsung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-760-4850~3
Operating Hours
11:00-19:00
* Last admission is 30 minute before closing.
* Subject to change depending on site circumstances.
Closed
Every Monday, New Year's Day, the Day of Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day), Christmas Day
  • Information
    Introduction

    Arko Art Gallery (formerly Marronnier Art Gallery) is located inside Marronnier park in Daehakno, where many youth flock. Daehakno is a place where many couples have their dates and is beloved by the artisans who use the area as a performance center. The Arko Art Gallery is situated in the partk. The Arko Art Gallrey was founded by the Korean Culture Promotion Department to flourish and enrich the Korean arts. Founded in 1979, when there were not many exhibition spaces for artists, it was a place of hope for many of them. With low general exhibit fees and relatively important self-planned exhibit openings, it became a place that contributed significantly to the development of Korean art.

    The exhibits taking place in the Arko Art Gallery can be divided into two. One is the General Exhibition and the other is the Planning Exhibition. Both of these exhibitions take place in the small gallery on the 1st floor. Since the exhibits are admitted through strict screening it is recommended that you just go and visit them. There is no admission fee. However, during August, repairs usually takes place. You should try to avoid visiting the gallery during that time or you should call and inquire about the opening times. On the 2nd floor there is a family café. There are six computers to use along with refreshments, so you might want to visit it as well. There are many other places to rest and drink along Daehakno street. While walking through Marronnier Park if there is a specific place you are interested in, just visit it. Wherever you visit, the place's unique atmosphere will be evident. During the Christmas season especially, you may not even find a vacant seat in the area. It is that crowded and popular.



    Structure Size
    1st floor - 3rd floor, each floor 462㎡

    Age Limit for Activities
    Open to visitors of all age.

    Main Facilities
    Exhibition Hall 1, Exhibition Hall 2, Children Lecture Room, Archive, Library, Etc.

    Subsidiary Facilities
    Internet Café

    Admission / Participation Fees
    Free (Varies by exhibition)
    * Refer to the homepage for more admission information.

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Reservations
    Phone-reservation required for groups of students (kindergarten, elementary, junior high and high school)
    Inquiry: +82-2-760-4614

    General Overview
    Space rentals (Seminar room) available
    * Inquiries: +82-2-760-4607

    Homepage
    arkoartcenter.or.kr (Korean, English)

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