Are you a fan of sageuk dramas? Or do you just love Korean culture in general? Have you ever wondered how it was like to be living in Korea during the Joseon era? Fret no more! The Asian Civilisations Museum, in collaboration with the National Museum of Korea, will be bringing in actual furniture, fashion and decorative arts from the Joseon era (1392 – 1897) through the exhibition, Joseon Korea: Court Treasures and City Life. For the very first time in Singapore, museum-goers will be able to take a deeper look at the rich history gathered from the last Korean dynasty.
South Korean contemporary artist, Ran Hwang, will be displaying her largest mixed-media installation, Becoming Again; Coming Together, throughout the event.
Date: 22 April 2017 – 23 July 2017
Time: 10AM – 7PM (to 9pm on Friday)
Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum
$10 for Singaporeans & PRs (free for children & seniors)
$15 for tourists ($10 concession, $45 for a family of 5), including entry to permanent galleries
Stay tuned to The Seoul Story for more information regarding this event! 🙂