Gahoe Museum

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Gahoe Museum
Korean name
Hangul
가회박물관
Hanja
Revised RomanizationGahoe Bakmulgwan
McCune–ReischauerKahoe Pakmulk'wan
Established2002
LocationGahoe-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Collection size1,500 relics
Websitegahoemuseum.org

Gahoe Museum is a private museum in Gahoe-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul. Established in 2002, its collection includes over 1,500 items, including 750 amulets, 250 items of folk paintings, approximately 150 classical books, and 250 other odd items.[1] The museum is located on a street of traditional Hanok houses and gardens. The main exhibition hall retains traditional Joseon era architectural features.

In addition to permanent and special exhibitions, the museum also operates the Gahoe Folk Painting Workshop where visitors can learn folk painting.

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Coordinates: 37°34′56″N 126°59′08″E / 37.5822°N 126.9856°E / 37.5822; 126.9856