Regular Off-Days: Every Monday (Open in case of holidays)
However, with the exception of permanent exhibition halls, outdoor exhibits, rest areas, etc., are always open
To Enhance Your Visit of the Independence Hall
- 1. Use the Docent Program
- 2. Go to the Experience Hall
- 3. Go to the Mixed Reality Theater
- 4. View Special Exhibits
- 5. Use the Independence Hall of Korea Smartphone App
- 6. Visit On Special Days
Use the Docent Program
You may view exhibits while listening to the docent’s explanation
if you reserve before your visit.
(Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese available)
Go to the Experience Hall
The Experience Hall of the Independence Movement (seventh exhibition hall) features the anti-Japanese independence movement where you are free to experience the armed struggle against the Japanese and cultural movements.
Go to the Mixed Reality Theater
Enjoy thrilling special effects and fantastic video images through a-state-of-the-art 4-D digital system highly popular among children and youth.
(160 seats max, 15 minutes per movie)
|The Korean Rally||14:30|
|The Acorn Medal||16:00|
|Pursuing the Dream||11:00|
|The Acorn Medal||16:00|
View Special Exhibits
The Independence Hall of Korea holds special exhibits in addition to permanent exhibits in the seventh exhibition hall. The Special Exhibits can be viewed in the Vine Tunnel of the Plaza of the Nation, the Donated Materials Exhibit in the Grand Hall of the Nation, and the Special Exhibition Hall (seventh exhibition hall).
Use "Memorial facility hall" mobile App
You may use the commentary presented with the exhibits, AR service outdoor facilities at the Independence Hall of Korea.
How to use : Apple App Store or Google Play - Search for and download it (Korean/English support)
Visit On Special Days
The Independence Hall of Korea holds various events on days of great significance to Koreans. They are as follows:
|March First Movement Reenactment
Commemorates the nationwide March First Movement in 1919 through reenactment along with various performances and hands-on events.
|Children’s Day Celebration Event
Family and child-friendly performances and hands-on events celebrate Children’s Day, established for the children those are Korea’s future.
|National Liberation Day Event
The biggest event is held by the Independence Hall of Korea to celebrate the day of Korean liberation from Japanese rule on August 15th, 1945 with various celebratory performances and hands-on events.
|Fall Cultural Zone
Various performances and hands-on events for family visitors are held to enjoy the autumn leaves and the fall atmosphere.