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MMCA is quite easy to get to, it's right next to the ancient palace Kyung Bok Gung. The area itself is artsy and even if the exhibitions are not to your taste, it wouldn't be half bad to just stroll the surrounding area after your...More
A long metro ride and then 10 minutes bus ride on the free shuttle bus to get to this museum, so you need to have plenty of time in hand for a visit. External sculptures as well as 6 main galleries. Check what's on before...More
" so awesome because the admission is FREE! Perfect place to visit especially those who love paintings, collections , and some unique arts. Great to know that some of the paintings and arts here have history to tell people. Best place as well for students...More
This was a really nice museum and I was quite surprised to discover admission was free. There was a great variety of exhibits, which I really enjoyed.
The grounds of the museum were beautiful, with a reflection pool where you could sit under an umbrella...More
I'm not really an art person but i enjoyed my afternoon here. Getting there was EASY. After coming off the Grand Seoul station (line 4) exit 4, a few meters away is a shuttle bus going to the museum. It runs every 20 mins and...More
Came here for a culture fix and was pleasantly surprised by how much there was. The permanent collection and some exhibitions are free, although several temporary exhibitions are extra (the cost though is a few USD equivalent only).
The museum itself is in Gwacheon, and...More
Brilliant permanent collection (free entry) with meaningful descriptions in English and Korean. Beautiful facilities with a thoughtful layout and good options for dining. Definitely worth the trek out to Seoul Grand Park.
Great contemporary art museum. This branch at Gwacheon is probably the best of the various branches around Seoul, certainly the biggest. Its mostly Korean artists, mostly contempoary work. As with all contemporary art museums you won't like every piece, but for me there were more...More
High class museum, wonderful shows and a great permanent collection. Don't miss Yayoy Kusama's pumpkin outside, Niki de Saint Phalle's woman and Nam June Paik's installations. The Hockney current display is a one painting exhibition (the one from his documentary film). The museum is surrounded...More