▲ Our university museum / Source : Koo Yoona
Gunsan is located in the south of the estuary of the Geumgang River facing the West Sea. Japanese colonial era Japan seized a huge amount of rice produced in Gunsan through Gunsan Port to cover the rice that was scarce at that time. At that time, several Japanese factories were built in Gunsan, and it was used as a farm management site for the Japanese. Therefore, the Japanese colonial era and historical site still remain in Gunsan. Let's learn about the museum in Gunsan City to record the painful history of Gunsan.
▶ First, let's find out about our university museum.
Located in 558 Daehak-ro, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do, our university museum opened in 1984 and has been discovering and collecting our cultural heritage through active excavation and academic research. Our university museum holds various cultural lectures, invitation lectures, and special exhibitions to provide opportunities for members of the school and local residents to understand local culture and enjoy culture. Our university museum contains a wide history from prehistoric times to modern times. The museum is open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 17:00 for free. It is closed every Sunday, New Year's Day, and Chuseok holidays and January 1 every year, so please refer to this. I hope you visit our university museum, which contributes a lot to the development of local culture. If you have any questions, please contact the director's office number (☎ 063-469-4194).
▶ Next, let's learn about the Gunsan Modern History Museum.
Located at 240 Haemang-ro (167 Jangmi-dong), Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do, the Gunsan Modern History Museum is a local museum with the theme of Gunsan modern culture and marine culture. It consists of the Marine Logistics History Museum and the Children's Experience Hall on the first floor, the Independent Hero Hall and the Donor Exhibition Hall on the second floor, and the Modern Living Hall and the Planning Exhibition Hall on the third floor. The Gunsan Modern History Museum is open from 9:00 to 18:00 in the summer (March to October) and from 9:00 to 17:00 in the winter (November to February), and is closed every Monday, January 1 and the day designated by the mayor. Admission fees is based on the following categories: adult, youth, soldiers, and children, and for Gunsan citizens. They are 1,000 won, 500 won, and 300 won, respectively. If you are not a Gunsan citizen, it will be operated with admission fees of 2,000 won, 1,000 won, and 500 won, respectively. Please visit the Gunsan Modern History Museum where you can experience the history and culture of Gunsan. If you have any questions, you can contact the museum information center (☎063-454-5953) and the museum office (☎063-454-7872~5).
So far, we have learned about our university museum, Gunsan Modern History Museum, where the history of our region has been recorded. Why don't our university students pay a lot of attention to this and use our local cultural space?
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