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Educational·Cultural Programs

Tour Information

  • Weekdays09:00~18:00
  • Weekends, holidays09:00~19:00
  • Extended hours
    Saturdays
    (March to October)09:00~21:00
  • Closing DaysLunar New Year’s Day and Korean Thanksgiving Day (August 15th in lunar calendar)
  • Information+82-64-720-8000
  • Cultural Programs
    • Cultural experience program, "A Saturday Walk in the Museum" (every Saturday from March to October)

      2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month: Musical concerts including fusion Korean classical music, plays, lectures on culture, etc.

    • Folk Festivals to celebrate New Year's Day and Chuseok
    • Children's Cultural Heritage Painting and Craft Competition (between May and June)
  • Jeju National Museum's cultural experience program, "A Saturday Walk in the Museum"
    • Developed as a program for the two-day weekend when the five-day workweek was officially instituted nationwide, A Saturday Walk in the Museum is offered in the evening hours on Saturdays.
    • It is a cultural program.
    • You can enjoy various performances, lectures, and movies every Saturday evening from March to October.
    • On Saturday evening, we encourage you to bring your family to enjoy the lovely nighttime scenery and beautiful nature of the museum and together make memories to cherish.
      • Time/Dates: 6 p.m. every Saturday from March to October
      • Location: Auditorium, lobby of Exhibition Hall, courtyard, etc. of the Jeju National Museum
      • Programs
        ▸ 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month: Performance, concert, etc.
      • Admission: Free
  • New Year's Day · Chuseok Folk Festival

    This program offers those visiting the museum in time for New Year's Day or Chuseok, the most celebrated holidays in Korea, hands-on experience of the traditional holiday customs so that they can understand the significance of the holidays and spend a meaningful holiday with their families at the museum.

    • Dates: New Year's Day and Chuseok
    • Open to: All visitors
    • Location: Courtyard and Exhibition Hall of the Jeju National Museum
    • Programs: Yutnori (board game played with sticks), tuho (arrow pitching), neolttwigi (seesawing), jegichagi (Korean shuttlecock "jegi" kicking), paeng ichigi (top spinning), quiz on classical paintings of Korean customs (New Year's Day only), woodblock printing of talisman (New Year's Day only), rolling a hoop, etc.