The Seoul Museum of History is holding a photo exhibition, The Korean War and Seoul viewed by the Associated Press, until July 17, 2016. The photos vividly show what Seoul and the people there were during that time. It is expected that the exhibition will show visitors how the country and its people have successfully overcome the indescribable horrors of the Korean War.
– Admission: Free
– Hours: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm (weekdays), 9:00 am – 7:00 pm (weekends and public holidays)
– Closed on Mondays except for public holidays
– Website (www.museum.seoul.kr)
– For inquiries, please call +82-2-724-0274.
|South Koreans fleeing southward upon the outbreak of the Korean War||South Koreans fleeing southward, using a makeshift bridge, upon the outbreak of the Korean War|
|A Korean boy with an American GI||Children and their mothers covering their ears from the sounds of gunfire|
|South Koreans engaging in protests against the armistice during the Korean War||People engaging in rehabilitation work after the war|