|Jeonju Hanji Museum (전주한지박물관)|
|Originally christened the Hansol Paper Museum in 1997, it was changed to the Pan-Asia Paper Museum in 2001. Again, in 2005, it was changed once more and is today called the Jeonju Hanji Museum. It’s located in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do. As Korea’s first museum specializing in paper it has an extensive collection of 3,000 artifacts and a data-base documenting the long history and superiority of Hanji (Korean paper). The museum also hosts two special exhibitions every year with diverse paper-related themes.|
|Themes: Paper crafts, archives, old books, 100 types of paper and paper-manufacturing tools
Hanji experience: Visitors can make Hanji themselves with the help of a jijang (paper-making expert).
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|* Exhibition Hall 1 (2F):
The History of Hanji
* Exhibition Hall 2 (2F): The Future of Hanji
* Special Exhibition Hall, Hanji Introduction Hall and Hanji Reproduction Hall
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Advanced reservation required for groups of 20
people or more.
From Jeonju Intercity Bus Termianl, walk 300m to Geumam Square (Paldal-ro) Bus Stop.
From the bus stop, take Bus 211, 215, 225, 231, 235, 241, 245, 251 or 291.
Get off at Palbok Namnyang Apartment.
The museum is located 5-7min away from the bus stop.
Take a taxi from Jeonju Intercity Bus Termianl or Jeonju Express Bus Termianl to Jeonju Hanji Museum. (Travel time: 20min)
|www.hanjimuseum.co.kr (Korean only)|