The National Hangeul Museum provides exhibitions and opportunities to learn the history and value of Hangeul, a leading Korean cultural asset.
The museum owns more than 10,000 artifacts that show the symbolism and historic value of Hangeul, dating from around the time of the creation of the prototype for Hangeul (Hunminjeongeum) to the present day.
The total area of the museum is 11,322 m2, which includes three floors above-ground and one basement level, and a grassy outdoor resting area where cultural events, exhibitions and training are held.
The Hangeul Nuri (library) is on the first floor. The permanent exhibition hall and areum nuri (Hangeul gift shop, tea shop) are located on the second floor.
The special exhibition hall, Hangeul playground for children and Hangeul learning center for foreigners are housed on the third floor
Address: 139, Seobinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul