|Located inside Gyeongbokgung Palace, the National Folk Museum of Korea presents over 4,000 historical artifacts that were used in the daily lives of ordinary Korean people. Here you can fully immerse yourselves in previous domestic and agricultural lifestyles, and learn about Korea’s cultural beliefs.
The National Folk Museum of Korea has three permanent and two special exhibitions as well as a library, souvenir shop, and other subsidiary facilities.
|Every Tuesday, New Year's Day|
|Lecture room (230 seats), library, museum shop, cafeteria|
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|The National Folk Museum of Korea does not have its own parking lot. Please use the Gyeongbokgung facility nearby.
From Gwangwhamun, take the street toward Samcheong-dong and the parking lot is on the left side. (Refer to the map for visitors arriving in automobiles)
|□ Parking Charges
· Small vehicles (16 or fewer persons) :
￦ 2,000 for first 2 hours, ￦ 500 for every 15 minutes after
· Mid-/large-sized vehicles (more than 16 persons) :
￦ 4,000 for first 2 hours, ￦ 500 for every 15 minutes after
· For more information, call +82-2-725-4503
|Foreign Language Intepretation Services|
Chinese, Japanese (Exhibit guidance system rental)
※ Fare : 1,000 won (Reservations are recommended)
Advanced reservation is required for the student's group over 30 people
|To get there, take subway line 3 to Gyeongbokgung Palace station, exit #5, or to Anguk station, exit #1. If you are taking subway line 5, then get off at Gwanghwamun station and come out of exit #2.|
|The National Folk Museum of Korea
>> www.nfm.go.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
The National Children's Museum of Korea
>> www.kidsnfm.go.kr (Korean, English)