|Mungyeong Ceramic Museum (문경도자기전시관)|
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Mungyeong is known for its exquisite ceramics. While each piece has its own individual shape and design, as a whole, ceramics of Mungyeong are highly regarded because of their historical and cultural value. Mungyeong is home to a number of master craftsmen as well as Sagijang (referring to craftsmen making chinaware), who have been officially designated Intangible Cultural Property by the Korean government. As a renowned kiln site producing Buncheongsagi (grayish-blue celadon) since the early Joseon Period, Mungyeong still offers outstanding ceramics that reflect the essence of traditional craftsmanship.
|-Site area: 11,108㎡
-Building area: 1,055㎡ (1F 681㎡, 2F 251㎡, Basement 122㎡)
|* Pottery Crafting Experience
Individual 10,000 won / Group (20 or more) 9,000 won
※ Fee includes ingredients and baking. Delivery service not included.
10:00 - 11:30 / 13:00 - 14:30 / 14:30 - 16:00 / 16:00 - 17:30
※ The experience program requires a reservation which can be made via phone.
※ Program schedules are subject to change due to group reservations.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Take the bus towards Mungyeong from Dong Seoul Terminal
(06:30 - 20:00, departs every 40min - 1hr 30min / travel time: 2 hours)
|Take the city bus towards Mungyeongsaejae Provincial Park|
|http://dojagi.gbmg.go.kr (Korean only)|