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The Korean Film Archive opened the Korean Film Museum on May 9, 2008 to offer the future-oriented vision of the Korean cinema through the establishment and visual restoration of the Korean film history and to the status of the Korean Film Archive that will lead the Northeast Asian film archives.

Equipped with the educational function of delivering correct information on the Korean cinema through direct construction from archival collections and preserved examples of Korean films, the Korean Film Museum enables visitors to use their visual and tactile senses to experience the history and diversity of the Korean cinema. The Korean Film Archive is the perfect venue for learning the cultural values of the Korean cinema and the contents of research activities through carefully displayed materials possessed by the Archive. There are a variety of prepared spaces in the Korean Film Museum, including “Time Travel of the Korean Cinema” for looking at the Korean film history focusing on the first events between 1903 and the present, “A Series of Actress Biographies” for looking at the socio-cultural history, “Space of Historical Dramas, Space of Imagination” for reproducing Mrs. Jo’s Room in the movie ‘Scandal’, the Silent Movie Theater to be reproduced based on Wongaksa, which was a representative theater in the 1930s, the Film Principle Zone, the Animation Zone, etc. There are also ancillary facilities including the Film Garden where handprints of prominent members of the Korean film industry are displayed and the Museum Shop where Korean Film Museum souvenirs will be sold.

Viewing fee
- Free of charge

Viewing Time
- Admission is allowed until 30 minutes before the end of the viewing time.
- The Museum is closed on Monday, January 1, New Year holidays, and Chuseok holidays.

Audio Guide
- English
- 日本語
- 中文

※ Groups of 10 or more visitors can use a tour program at a requested time by contacting the group viewing reservation service. 82-(0)2-3153-2031

> Korean Film Museum Website (Korean)