|Ppurigipeunnamu Museum (순천시립 뿌리깊은나무 박물관)|
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Founded by Suncheon City, Ppurigipeunnamu Museum displays the collections of Han Chang-gi, the founder of two renowned magazines in Korea. The collections range from the relics of the Bronze Age to those of modern times. Through the museum, visitors can catch a glimpse of the lifestyle and culture of Korea’s ancestors.
|Building: 1,736㎡ (1 museum building, 8 hanoks)
|6,500 articles (Korean antique books, traditional clothes and accessories, earthenware, folk paintings, folk arts, etc.)|
|Age Limit for Activities|
|Exhibition Hall Information|
Permanent Exhibition Hall: Displays relics from
the Bronze Age and modern times, such as earthenware, Buddhist instruments and
|Admission / Participation Fees|
Ages 19 and over: 1,000 won
Ages 12-18: 800 won
Ages 7-11: 500 won
Ages 6 and under: Free of charge
Ages 19 and over: 800 won
Ages 12-18: 600 won
Ages 7-11: 300 won
|Available (small-sized vehicles: 30)|
|Free of charge|
|Take an intercity Bus to Suncheon.
From Suncheon Bus Terminal, go 50m and then turn right at the intersection.
Go 50m to the Suncheon Bus Terminal (종합버스터미널) bus stop.
Take Bus 61, 63, or 68 to Nagan Fortress (낙안읍성) bus stop.
Go right and turn right towards Nagan Fortress.
Go 350m to arrive at the Ppurigipeunnamu Museum.