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Bank of Korea Money Museum (한국은행 화폐금융박물관)    
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  • Bank of Korea Money Museum (한국은행 화폐금융박물관)
  • Bank of Korea Money Museum (한국은행 화폐금융박물관)
  • Bank of Korea Money Museum (한국은행 화폐금융박물관)
  • Bank of Korea Money Museum (한국은행 화폐금융박물관)
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39, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
서울 중구 남대문로3가 한국은행건물 110번지
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(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-759-4881~2 (Korean)
Operating Hours
10:00 - 17:00
Every Monday, Dec. 29 - Jan. 2,  Seollal (Lunar New Year Holiday), Chuseok holidays
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The Bank of Korea Museum, open in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the Bank of Korea, introduces the history of the currency culture home and abroad through the history and related documents of the Bank of Korea. In doing so, the museum aims to raise public awareness on currency culture while highlighting the importance of price stabilization in the development of the economy.

The museum is not just a cultural space, but also a great place for hands-on education. The museum currently preserves & presents around 4,500 kinds of international and domestic currency as well as documents related to the work done by the Bank of Korea. Other exhibitions explain the minting process and the recognition of counterfeits as well as displaying systematic research documents on money and the state economy.

Exhibition Hall Information

The Bank of Korea Museum consists of 4 ZONES.

* ZONE 1 (Our Bank of Korea)
Here, visitors may learn about the background/purpose of the establishment of the Bank of Korea, what they do in the bank, how the bank is organized and managed, and the origin of the central banking system.

* ZONE 2 (The Lifecycle of Currency)
This zone explains the manufacturing and circulation process of currency, how counterfeits are identified, how to exchange damaged currency, and the future of currency.

* ZONE 3 (Money and the State Economy)
Here, visitors may learn the importance of price stabilization and monetary and credit policies of the central bank through video clips, models and computer games. Also, you may learn more about what defines currency, interest rates and prices as well as the importance of price stabilization and the state economy, the monetary and credit policy of the Bank of Korea, and the role of the central bank in the economic development of Korea.

* ZONE 4 (Currency Square)
From ancient days to modern times, the currency of Korea is on display by era. Visitors to this zone can also see rare currencies from around the world.

Facilities for the Handicapped
wheel chair free rental service
Admission / Participation Fees
Reservations required for groups of 20 or more people at least 1 day prior to the visit
Info. Services for Koreans
* Guided Tours twice a day (11:00, 15:00). Approx. 1 hour
Foreign Language Intepretation Services
Audio guides are available in English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean. Rental fee: 500 won
1) City Hall Station (Subway Line 1,2), Exit 7.
2) Euljiro1-ga Station (Subway Line 2), Exit 7. (towards Shinsegae Department Store)
3) Hoehyeon Station (Subway Line 4), Exit 7.

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