Korean Magazine Museum

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The Korean Magazine Museum is a museum in the district of Yeouido in Seoul, South Korea. It was established on March 21, 2002 to promote Korean magazines in the competitive global arena. The museum consists of three underground floors and seven upperground floors for a total floor space of 1703 pyeong (app. 5,623 m²). Admission is free with opening hours from Monday to Saturday (10:00-18:00). The museum is closed on Sundays and national holidays.


  • Magazine exhibition space (exhibit of modern magazines)
  • Magazine museum (exhibit of rare magazines)
  • Internet zone
  • Reading space
  • Storage

Location and Transportation[edit]

Situated near Yeouido Station of Line 5 on the Seoul Metro system, bus stop for intercity buses is Yeouido Full Gospel Church.

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This article was written with material released to the public domain, provided by Seoul City's official Knowledge Sharing Project.

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