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Kumho Art Museum


Originally built in 1989 by the Kumho Asiana Group, the Kumho Museum of Art was rebuilt in this current location back in 1996. Architect Kim Tae-su, responsible for the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Gwacheon and Daeduk LG Chemistry Research Center, headed the construction of the new building. The gallery is known for discovering and supporting talented artists to exhibit exciting new contemporary art. Rather than focusing on a specific genre, the gallery reaches out to a variety of artists from all fields in the hopes of evolving the overall art scene in Korea. It is located near other major cultural attractions such as Gyeongbokgung Palace, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul, National Folk Museum and more.


Venue name: Kumho Art Museum
Address: 18, Samcheong-ro
Opening hours: Tue–Sun 10am–6pm
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