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Photo Story / Asian Kitchen Exhibition in National Folk Museum
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  • Date : 2020-03-02 15:52:20
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  • Email : choiyj@agrinet.co.kr
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The National Folk Museum of Korea, located inside of Gyeongbokgung, offers a glimpse of Korea’s representative folk cultural assets. It is good for a comprehensive understanding of Korean’s life culture as it holds more than 4 special exhibitions every year. As a result, more than 2 million people visit each year, making it a popular site for cultural education. Recently, the special exhibition called ‘Asian Kitchen Rice, Bread, Noodles’ is also helping to promote cultural diversity in Asia. Before the exhibition is closed on 16 March, has captured some scenes of the ‘Asian Kitchen Rice, Bread, Noodles’ along with the National Folk Museum on camera.

The special exhibitions were provided with video materials containing various foods and market landscapes in Asia, drawing visitors’ attention.
Foods from all Asian countries were exhibited along with rice, the staple food of Koreans.
As well as Korean jang, paste products from Asia were introduced.
A child is enjoying a baking activity on a stove called Tandoor from Uzbekistan.
In addition to the food, there was also a unique exhibition where kitchen utensils of each country were displayed.
The National Folk Museum of Korea, located in Gyeongbokgung, one of the existing Royal Palaces of Korea, is famous for its ancient appearance.
Souvenirs and Korean folklore items can be purchase at museum shop.
A swarm of tourists dressed in hanbok can be seen every so often at the National Palace Museum in Gyeongbokgung.
In addition to the special exhibitions, a series of permanent exhibitions are held throughout the year inviting big crowds of fascinated tourists.

 

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