Kyung-in Museum of Fine Art
Situated in the middle of Insa-dong, a neighborhood popular with tourists due to its abundance of cultural activities, the Kyungin Museum of Fine Art is a pleasant and delightful place for artists and visitors to spend time. Here, traditional and modern culture intermingle through exhibited works, events and the traditional ritual of Korean tea drinking. The museum is built in the style of a hanok, a typical Korean house. It was originally a residential palace for Bak Yeonghyo, a member of the royal family before being converted into a museum. It is composed of six main exhibition halls, a workshop and a beautiful sculpture garden which contains a traditional teahouse. The museum is still imbued with a classical elegance from the past which appeals to modern minds.
110-300 11-4, Insadong 10-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
• Hours of Operation
10:00 ~ 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
Opening varies depending on the individual exhibition programs.
New Year’s and Chuseok
• Days of Operation
Monday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
• Facilities for the Disabled