|Seoul Museum of Art (서울시립미술관)|
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|The Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) is a Korean modern art museum conveniently located in the Deoksugung Palace area near the Jeongdong Theater (traditional performances) and the Nanta Theater.
The SeMA is a 3-story building with 6 exhibition halls, a lecture hall for educational programs, and a library where art-related books, magazines, and visual reference materials are available to the public. In one of the exhibition halls is a permanent collection titled ‘The Soul of Chun Kyung Ja,’ an exhibition of the works of the famous Korean artist Chun Kyung Ja.
An art museum popular among both locals and visitors, SeMA holds internationally renowned exhibitions twice a year and has hosted Chagall, Matisse, Picasso, Van Gogh, Pompidou, and many other famous collections.
|[B1F] Lecture hall 1, Lecture hall 2, Lecture hall 3,seminar room, etc.
[1F] Exhibition hall, resting area
[2F] Exhibition hall, library, Chun Gyeong-ja room
[3F] Exhibition hall, theater room, gallery
[Outdoor] Sculpture park
|Museum shop, cafeteria, lounge, nursery, etc.|
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Wheelchair rental service (1st floor), restrooms, elevator|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Varies by exhibition|
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|Available (at the information desk on the first floor)|
|Limited parking space. Use of public transportation recommended.|
|Weekdays (Mon-Fri) 400 won per 5 min / Sat, Sun, National holidays 300 won per 5 min.|
|* City Hall Station (Subway Line 1, 2), Exit #1
Go to the right and turn down the first street on your left before Deoksugung Palace.
Keep going for 5 minutes; the museum is on a small hill to the left.
*Gwanghwamun Station (Subway Line 5), Exit 5
Go straight 5 minutes until reaching Seoul Plaza.
Cross the road, go towards Deoksugung Palace, and turn right immediately after the palace’s main gate.
(Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)