Kim Koo Museum

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Kim Koo Museum
Hangul 백범기념관
Hanja 白凡記念館
Revised Romanization Baekbeom ginyeomgwan
McCune–Reischauer Paekbŏm kimyŏmkwan

The Kim Koo Museum is a museum in Seoul, South Korea which opened on October 22, 2002 to commemorate the life and thoughts of Kim Koo, Korean independence activist against Japanese occupation of Korea. This museum and library is located within Hyochang Park (효창공원) in Hyochang-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul.[1]

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  1. ^ Official site "Kim Koo Museum & Library" (in English). The Kim Koo Museum. 

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Coordinates: 37°32′35″N 126°57′40″E / 37.5431°N 126.9610°E / 37.5431; 126.9610