국립민속박물관 MI

Education

The NFMK provides various education programmes for foreign visitors who want to experience authentic Korean living culture.

  • for whom : a group of foreign visitors minimum 30 people per programme
  • What: one programme between different classes of crafts-making and learning folk culture
  • how : contact the division and submit application form 2 weeks in advance
  • information : ☎ 82-2-3704-3127 (application form)
crafts-making classes
  • Mask making class : this class usually goes with learning 'masked dance'.
  • Folk painting class : participants are expected to learn symbols of Korean folk paintings by drawing them on fans or T-shirts.
  • Paper box making class : participants can choose the type of paper crafts among-from pencil case, miscellaneous box, small dining table and so on.
  • Kite making class : participants can make their own kites in a traditional way.
  • Pottery making class : participants can make their own potteries and decorate on them.
learning classes
  • Masked dance : participants can learn basic movements of traditional masked dance.
  • Folk songs : participants can learn representing folk songs from different regions in Korea.
Korean-Speaking Contest for foreigners
  • The Museum holds the Korean-Speaking Contest for foreigners who are learning Korean language in Korea. This aims to encourage foreign participants to develop their Korean language skills and to raise their awareness on Korea and Korean culture. Candidates are asked to speak about their own experience of Korean culture within five minutes.
  • ☎Contact 82-2-3704-3127
  • Apart from the above programs, the NFMK provides various cultural events for foreign visitors. In particular, foreign visitors can enjoy Korean demonstrations of seasonal customs and traditional food on traditional holidays such as Lunar's New Year Day(Seol) and Chuseok.


Korean Folk Performances for Visitors

  • Visitors can enjoy various performances including traditional martial arts, masked dance, folk dance, regional folk songs and so on.
  • Saturday Performance

  • Time & Dates : 3pm Every Saturday Jan~May, August~December
  • Venue : Auditorium
  • Sunday Performance

  • Dates & Time : 2pm Every Sunday April~June, and September~October
  • Venue : Museum Courtyard
  • Wednesday Performance under the Arber

  • Dates & Time : 11am May~June, and September~October
  • Venue : Museum Courtyard