Children’s Museum

Six months ago, I went to National Museum of Korea. I remember walking around alone because I don’t have any travel buddies at that moment. Unfortunately, I accidentally deleted my pictures there! I told myself I have to go back there.

This time, I went back with my mom and sister! It really feels different to travel with family. It’s more fun!!!

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We didn’t really spend a lot of time in the main hall because our focus is the Children’s Museum. In fact, we went there first before going to the main hall.

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The museum shows how the ancient people built their houses. They have a video presentation, some books, and replicas of the houses.

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There are some caves where kids and adults can enter and explore the replicas of some cooking equipment in the past.

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There are also some replicas of the king’s garments. My sister and mom even tried their costumes.

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I think the best thing about the museum is that there are a lot of tangible things! My sister enjoyed playing with the legos.

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I’ll upload a vlog about it on my YouTube Channel. Don’t forget to subscribe!

Children’s Museum 

Address: 137 Seobinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Republic of Korea
Opening Hours:
| Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 9am to 6pm | Wed, Sat: 9am to 9pm | Sun, Holiday: 9am to 7pm  
Admission Fees:
Free for permanent exhibitions

How to go there: Take the Seoul Subway Line 4 and get off at Ichon Station. Follow the signs leading to the National Museum of Korea.


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