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BUSAN, South Korea -- The Culture Experience Center located in Busan Museum (Daeyeon-dong, Nam-gu) provides various Korean cultural experience programs?print rubbing, wearing traditional wedding and court costumes, and the traditional Korean tea ceremony?for tourists and Busan citizens alike. Materials for print rubbing need to be purchased from the souvenir shop in the museum beforehand. 

The first two programs will be offered from 10 am to 4 pm daily, and the tea ceremony will take place three times a day at 10:30 am / 1:30 pm / 3 pm.  Busan Museum and the Culture Experience Center are closed Mondays.

Prior reservations are required for all programs.  Call the Culture Experience Center at (051) 610-7156.    Online registration for the tea ceremony is available at http://museum.busan.go.kr/04event/03_01.jsp (currently only in Korean).

Enjoy Korean Cultural Programs at the Culture Experience Center


BUSAN, South Korea – The Culture Experience Center located in Busan Museum (Daeyeon-dong, Nam-gu) provides various Korean cultural experience programs?print rubbing, wearing traditional wedding and court costumes, and the traditional Korean tea ceremony?for tourists and Busan citizens alike. Materials for print rubbing need to be purchased from the souvenir shop in the museum beforehand. 

The first two programs will be offered from 10 am to 4 pm daily, and the tea ceremony will take place three times a day at 10:30 am / 1:30 pm / 3 pm.  Busan Museum and the Culture Experience Center are closed Mondays.

Prior reservations are required for all programs.  Call the Culture Experience Center at (051) 610-7156.    Online registration for the tea ceremony is available at http://museum.busan.go.kr/04event/03_01.jsp (currently only in Korean).

For more information, please call the Culture Experience Center at (051) 610-7156, 7147 or visit the website at engmuseum.busan.go.kr/sub1/03_06.htm


 Busan Museum

Glimpse the entire history of Busan from prehistoric times to the Joseon Dynasty (in Exhibition Hall 1) and from the Japanese colonial period to the Korean War (in Exhibition Hall 2). This museum offers cultural and educational programs as well.

Exhibition Hall 1 will be closed from August 12 to December 31 for remodeling. The Busan Museum will have shorter opening hours from 9 am to 6 pm during the remodeling.   

Address: 63, UN Pyeonghwa-ro, Nam-gu, Busan

Directions: Metro Line 2, Daeyeon Station (Exit 3 or 5).  Proceed 700 meters towards Busan Museum.

Source: Busan City News


 

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