|Jangjeon Art Museum (Formerly, Namjin Art Museum) (장전미술관 (구, 남진미술관))|
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Located in Jindo-gun (Jeollanam-do), Jangjeon Art Museum (Formerly, Namjin Art Museum) was founded by a calligrapher named Ha Nam Ho in 2003. It is a three-story building with five exhibit halls that display various genres of art such as Korean paintings, Western paintings, calligraphy and sculpture.
Over 350 pieces of work are on display, all of which are part of the collection of founder Ha Nam Ho. The artwork includes creations by deceased artists, veteran artists, and modern artists and includes Goryeo celadon, Joseon porcelain and much more.
The name “Namjin” is made up of the founder’s middle name “Nam” and his wife’s name “Jin.” The little hill next to the museum is thick with pine trees, and the clear water in the nearby valleys adds to the peaceful museum atmosphere.
The museum is closed on Mondays; Opening hours are from 10am to 6pm.
Bonga Exhibit Hall – Library, living room, and calligraphy lessons / calligraphy experience room
Yeonwongwan Exhibit Hall - Private artwork exhibit room
Ongogwan Exhibit Hall - Earthenware, Goryeo celadon, Joseon porcelain, modern porcelain
1st Floor - Calligraphy, Korean paintings, Eastern paintings, Western paintings and Sculptures by Korean masters
2nd Floor - Calligraphy, Korean paintings, Eastern paintings, Western paintings and Sculptures by deceased artists from the Joseon period until the present
3rd Floor - Large art pieces by veteran (deceased or modern) artists
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Adults 2,000 won / Children (ages under 19) 1,000 won|
|Take the bus towards Jindo from Dong Seoul Terminal.
(09:10 / 16:20, only 2 buses a day, 5 hr 40 min ride)
Take the city bus towards Paengmokgahak and get off at Sammak-ri.
(5 min walk)
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