Set inside the multi-complex Seoul Arts Center in Seocho-dong, Hangaram Art Museum opened its doors 1990. Among its six large exhibition halls are two cafés sandwiched in place on the first and second floor. Although its core exhibitions are based off of its permanent collection, the gallery features special exhibitions on contemporary art from time to time as seasonal treats. In 2014, the museum featured female powerhouse artists like photographer Annie Leibovitz and Japanese "polka-dot artist" Kusama Yayoi shared their works, as well as an exhibition of Edvard Munch's works. If you understand Korean, make sure to pick up a headset, as you may find an amusing audio guide recorded by a familiar celebrity voice.
|Venue name:||Hangaram Art Museum||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Mar–Oct Tue-Sun 11am-8pm; Nov–Feb Tue-Sun 11am-7pm|
|Transport:||Nambu Bus Terminal Station (Line 3), exit 5, take shuttle bus|
|Price:||Admission varies by exhibition|