|Gochang Pansori Museum (고창판소리박물관)|
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|The Gochang Pansori Museum was established in the old residence of ‘Dongni’ Sin Jae-Hyo (a musical theorist and arranger and a sponsor of Pansori) with the aim of honoring the great Pansori singers of the past (including Sin Jae-Hyo) and preserving and developing the indigenous tradition of Pansori. Of the original rooms of the residence only Sarangchae (an annex where men used to study or welcome guests) has been renovated and is open to the public. Right next to Sarangchae is the Dongni Gugakdang (Korean Traditional Music Hall).
Over 1,000 pieces related to Pansori and great local singers are on display at the museum, included personal possessions once owned by Sin Jae-Hyo (penname ‘Dongni’). For those interested in learning more about the traditional art of Pansori music or experiencing high-quality Pansori, the Gochang Pansori Museum is a must-visit travel destination.
|Land area: 5,525.45 ㎡
Building area: 1,219.29 ㎡
Exhibition halls (total of 5): 678.53 ㎡
|Exhibition Hall Information|
(Zest Court), The Hall of Fame,
Sori (sound) Madang, Aniri Madang, Balrim Madang (Pansori Experience Room),
Hon Madang, multipurpose room
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|Admission / Participation Fees|
60-64): 800 won / Group: 500 won
Youths (ages 12-19): 500 won / Group: 300 won
Children (under 12) & Seniors (over 65): Free
|6 parking spaces|
|Groups are asked to make reservations in advance.|
|Take an intercity
bus to Gochang Intercity Bus Terminal.
Gochang Pansori Museum is a 10min-walk from the terminal (900m).
|http://pansorimuseum.com (Korean, English)|