|National Contemporary Art Hall|
|The architecture of The National Contemporary Art Hall is a response to the demands for an international art showcase and for maintaining traditional Korean aesthetics.|
The building combines a central "Ramp Core" resembling a torch and the two main wings of the Museum, with one in the shape of a semi-circle devoted to painting and the other in the shape of a Korean castle devoted to sculpture.
The area surrounding the whole museum presents a picturesque painting of a certain Korean lifestyle, with its glimpses of tranquil traditional houses ensconced behind village walls.
|Mar.~Oct. 09:00~17:00, Nov.~Feb. 09:00~16:00|
|Exit 4 of Grand Children's Park (line 4), take the shuttle bus|
(No. 209 Gwangmyeong street, San 58-1 Makgye-dong, Gwancheon-si Gyeonggi-do).