Located at the four-way intersection of Sejong-ro near Gwanghwamun, the Ilmin Museum of Art first opened in 1996. Comprised of three exhibtion spaces, lecture halls, and documentary archives, this museum is known for holding critical exhbitions that are designed to meet the public's taste. The documetary archive, a comprenhensive collection of footage on documentaries, video art, and art movies, is available to the public for free at all viewing hours. Held from 2005, the regular screenings are a great treat for movie lovers to gather and engage in constructive discussion. If you are looking for a stimulating expereince to paint your eardrums and eye sockets, take some time to visit the Ilmin Museum of Art.
|Venue name:||Ilmin Musuem of Art|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun 11am–7pm. Closed Mon.|
|Transport:||Gwanghwamun Station (Line 5), exit 5. City Hall Station (Lines 1, 2), exits 4.|
|Price:||Adults 4,000 won, students 3,000 won, admission for special exhibitions may vary|