National Museum of Art, Deoksugung

 

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[box_dark]National Museum of Art, Deoksugung | 덕수궁 미술관[/box_dark]

 

Two prominent exhibits are underway till April 21. In Memory of Landscape I Have Never Seen, a high-profile collection from the National Gallery in Prague showcases 107 pieces of carefully selected paintings from 28 different Czech artists. A group of modern masterpieces from Korea is also on display, featuring Lee Jung-sup, Park Soo-keun, and Kim Whan-ki,among many other artists. Admission is 12,000 won and free, respectively.

 

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Ohyang Jokbal 오향 족발 (T. 02-753-4755) serves five-spice pigs trotters that are immensely popular due to its secret recipe, which seeks to reduce the intense smell of the meat using five different spices.

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The nearby Jongno area is a major shopping district, and Namdaemun Market is within walking distance.

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The museum is part of Deoksugung Palace, which vividly contrasts modern Seoul with traditional Korea. Built during the mid-15th century, it is the smallest of Seoul’s palaces.

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www.moca.go.kr
T. 02-2188-6000
(102 Seosomun-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul | 서울시 중구 서소문동 102)

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City Hall Station 시청역 (Line 1, 2), Exit 8


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