The museum has a lot of exhibits on modern Korea, from newspapers to various documents and photos, detailing the history and development of Korea. In fact, each country has developed rapidly in modern times, but the degree is different.
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The North Korean tour guide said that North Korea is one of the five ancient civilizations in the world. The South Koreans say that Qu Yuan and Zongzi belong to South Korea. Sometimes they feel that even though they are separated by 38 lines, the two people are really the same species.
The Museum of Korean History is more modern than the museum of Korean history. It fully introduces the major events of the Republic of Korea from the early days of the founding to the present, as well as the cultural relics of the Korean War.
This museum is wonderful and the location is excellent. Right next to the Royal Palace and the American Embassy. No tickets are required. The beautiful Korean History Exhibition tells the history from before the Japanese occupation, the Korean War to the present. The presentation is very good, the content is very rich, there are group discussions in English and Korean. For anyone who is very interested in history, it is worth a visit-especially on Monday, some things are open to the public, but also open on any day! They also have a children's museum, which we did not visit, and a cafe with coffee and baked goods.
On the way to Gyeongbokgung Palace, we saw the Museum of Korean History. The text introduced was in Korean and English. Audio commentary was available for free, trying to tell visitors how fast Korea developed after the war. The museum also has a cafe and Roof terrace.