This summer, the Jeju National Museum invites people to a one-of-a-kind exhibition that runs through the end of this month. The new exhibition is dubbed “Memory from the Underground: Excavation in the Last Decade on Jeju Island,” and allows visitors an intimate glimpse into the history and culture of Jeju island.
The museum is currently displaying roughly 500 relics and artifacts discovered in archaeological excavations on the island over the past 10 years. The variety of items unearthed by these excavations range from the Stone Age all the way up to the Joseon dynasty period. The exhibit features numerous special events for children under the theme of “We Are the Children of Archaeologists,” and “Talk by an Exhibition Curator” series. Admission to the gallery is free. It is closed on Mondays. For more information phone (064) 720-8000 or visit http://jeju.museum.go.kr
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