Korean Folklore Museum
The Korean Folklore Museum is a museum in North Korea, located north to the Korean Central History Museum next to the Taedong Gate. It was opened in February 1956. The museum has seven rooms comprising 1,800 square meters of space, with 2,100 exhibits.
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