|Myeongin Museum (명인박물관)|
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Visitors can find the "Myeongin Collection" on the first floor and a large exhibition hall on the first basement level. The museum is home to over 500 rare masks collected by its director over the course of 30 years from Korea and countries around the world.
Masks at the museum reflect the unique cultures
of countries from all over Africa, Oceania, Latin America, India, Tibet, Nepal,
China, Japan, and East Asia. In addition to these fascinating masks, the Myeongin
Collection further offers visitors a look into culture with a number of Buddhist
sculptures, Buddhist paintings, Buddhist crafts, ceramics, modern art, and western
|Director Lee Mu Wung|
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|* 1F - Myeongin Collection, Cafe
* B1F - Museum Exbition Area
|Admission / Participation Fees|
- Ages 7-18: 1,000 Won
(Patrons of the café on the first floor are granted free admission to the museum.)
|Anguk Station (Seoul Subway line 3), Exit 2.
Go straight 360m and the venue will be on your right.