• 《The One Thousand Year Journey through Gyeonggi History》 Special Exhibition Commemorating ‘2018 Gyeonggi Millennium’ Close
    • Period/ 2017.11.29(Wed) ~ 2018.03.04(Sun)

    The Gyeonggi Provincial Museum plans to hold The One Thousand Year Journey through Gyeonggi History as a special exhibition to celebrate the year 2018, the 1,000th anniversary of the naming of ‘Gyeonggi.’ In the exhibition, you will meet a fictitious character whose name is Oh Gyeong-gi, born in 1018 in Gyeonggi Province, and listen to his life’s story. This will help you to learn about the long history of Gyeonggi a bit more vividly and easily.

  • The Costume, the Pattern of Joseon Dynasty Close
    • Venue/ Gyeonggi Provincial Museum
    • Period/ 2017.07.25(Tue) ~ 2017.10.29(Sun)

    This 20th-anniversary special exhibition of GyeongGi Provincial Museum displays the elegance and the beauty of our clothes with a focus on the patterns that appear in the costumes and textiles of the Joseon Dynasty.

  • Chaekgado by Jang Han-jong

    [Online Exhibition]

    ‘Chaekgado’ or ‘chaekgeori’ designates still-life paintings that depict mostly books and other associated objects such as decorative bibelots, antiques, stationery items and flowers.

  • Yojiyeondo

    [Online Exhibition]

    Taoists believed in the existence of the land of immortals, a paradise or utopic land where there is no aging and death.

  • The Collection of Gyeonggi Provincial Museum

    [Online Exhibition]

    The long history of Gyeonggi-do from the Paleolithic Age to the Unified Silla Period is presented through 250 diverse artifacts including stoneware, earthenware, bronze ware, ironware, and roof tiles.

  • The Costume, the Pattern of Joseon Dynasty: Men and Women’s Vest, Baeja

    [Online Exhibition]

    Baeja was a vest worn over jackets, and was worn by both men and women. It was also called Deung-geo-ri or Bae-geo-ri. Most Baeja had center-front opening, and its opening was buttoned or tied with straps.Gyeonggi Provincial museum possesses various types of vests: long ones, short ones, and ones with their back shorter than front, etc.