Museum of Korea Emigration History documents where Koreans have settled around the world.
This floor installation chronicles the number of Koreans settled in each country around the world as of 2012.
Monument on Wolmido Island commemorating General Douglas MacArthur who led U.S. forces in the Incheon Landing turning the tide of the Korean War.
Another monument on Wolmido Island commemorating the naval efforts that helped win the Korean War.
Entrance to the Korea Traditional Food & Culture Experience Center on Wolmido Island. Koreans love cartoon type characters.
A painting for a 60th Birthday celebration wishing the person will have good health and live to 100.
Circle on the left shows a meal for an aristocrat and the circle on the right shows a meal for ordinary people.
This is a decorated chimney. Confucianism requires a life of humility. Homes had to be very plain to show humility. The only opportunity for decoration was the chimney.
A pavillion for the king to come for relaxation.
Typical aristocrat's country relaxation pavillion.
Pavillion in the park to be used for picnics or to sit and enjoy the nature in the park.
Another type of pavillion for the public in the park on Wolmido Island.
Signs of spring make it easy to see how beautiful the Korean Traditional Park on Wolmido Island will be.
The traditional Korean farmhouse has stone floors heated by an "under system" from the stove fire. The age of the roof is determined by the number of straw layers.
Children are the same all over the world. The boy could not resist jumping on the grate.
Model of a very successful, rich nobleman's house.
Courtyard and glimpse into the rooms of the nobleman's house.
Various types of traditional games were available for hands on experience.