Between the apartment complexes of Dobonggu, you’ll find this museum that celebrates the writing of the late, great poet Kim Su-young. In the first exhibition hall on the first floor, you’ll find the poetry that he wrote while experiencing major historical turning points, such as the April Revolution and the May 16 Coup. For bibliophiles wanting to enjoy some quiet time, there is also a space to read his works, such as the Complete Collection of Kim Su-young. Though the view of apartments from the rooftop on the fifth floor leaves you wanting more, the scenery from the window behind the reading desks on the second floor is quite picturesque.
|Venue name:||Kim Su-young Museum|
80, Haedeung-ro 32-gil
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun 09:00–18:00|
|Transport:||Ssangmun Station (Line 4), exit 2|