Onggi Folk Museum

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Onggi Folk Museum
Korean name
Hangul 옹기민속박물관
Hanja 博物館
Revised Romanization Onggi minsok bakmulgwan
McCune–Reischauer Onggi minsok pakmulkwan
Established April 1991
Location 497-15, Ssangmun 1-dong, Dobong-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Collection size 3,300

The Onggi Folk Museum, located in Seoul, South Korea is a private museum specializing in onggi, Korean earthenware which is used for storage and utilitarian purposes. It was established as the Goryeo Folk Museum (고려민속박물관) in 1991 and later was changed to the current name. The museum consists of three-story building and an outdoor exhibition hall where 3,300 items of onggi and other items such as dancheong patterns, Korean traditional decorative coloring used for building are exhibited.[1]

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Coordinates: 37°39′16″N 127°00′53″E / 37.6545°N 127.0146°E / 37.6545; 127.0146