Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) [City Hall] – Seoulistic

Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) [City Hall]

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Located behind Deoksugung Palace, some of the most popular art exhibitions in Seoul take place at SeMA. Some memorable exhibitions to have taken place there include the Tim Burton exhibition, G-Dragon’s PEACEMINUSONE and the Gauguin exhibition. When trending exhibitions take place, the museum can get extremely crowded and the lines to enter this relatively small 3-story museum can get over an hour long. Try to avoid peak times or arrive early on weekends. Most of the time, if you’re free during business hours when everyone else is in the office, SeMA can be a leisurely stroll to enjoy nice art work.

Operating Hours:
Weekdays: 10AM - 8PM
Weekends and Winter: 10AM - 7PM
Winter (November to February) Closes 6PM
Mondays, New Year's Day (Jan 1)
Free (excluding special exhibitions)
Phone Number:
61, Jung-gu, Deoksugung-gil, Seoul, South Korea
Subway Station:
City Hall Station (Line 1, 2)

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