The National Museum of Korea is the major museum of Korea. It was established in 1945 and was reopened in a new building when it was relocated to a new building in Yongsan District in 2005. Its relocation has made it one of the most visited museums in Asia since it has attracted millions of visitors. The museum is found near the Yongsan Park which has beautiful surroundings.
The museum is massive and gives a view of the Korean history. It boasts of several features such as a stage where performances are done. The performance stage is used for cultural concerts and festivals are showcased. It has different sizes of auditoriums where international conferences and summits are held. The exhibition halls are used for trade fairs. There are also lecture rooms which are education programs such as academic and cultural exchange symposiums. The educational programs are designed for specific groups consisting age groups. The museum is used for research studies and activities in various disciplines such as art, history, and archeology. The visitors to the museum appreciate the cultural heritage through the different events, experiences, and exhibitions.
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