The Museum of Modern History in Busan mainly shows the history of the invasion of Korea by Japan. Busan is the closest port city in Korea to Japan. It was once occupied by Japan forcibly. In addition to describing that period of history, it also shows the development of relations between Korea and the United States in modern times.
It's very close to Busan Modern History Museum from Exit 5 of Central Station of Metro Line 1. It's a classical three-storey building. This is the Busan branch of Toyo Colonial Society, a well-known state policy company that owned land and carried out colonization under Japanese rule. In Seoul, although there is a tendency to destroy the buildings under Japanese rule, the symbolic buildings under Japanese rule are well preserved in Busan.
There are two floors of exhibitions in the museum, including guided tours in English, Chinese and Japanese on some important topics. Most of the exhibits are rather dull, because many of them are replicas or miniatures, and the anti-Japanese atmosphere here is so strong that it can be seen that Koreans really hate the Japanese.
The location of this pavilion is not easy to find, but it is closed on Monday. We must pay attention to it. The three-storey Pavilion is divided into two pavilions. They show the modern history of Busan with different themes, describe the relationship between Busan and Japan, Busan and the United States, and the situation in the Korean War.
The museum is open free of charge, exhibiting the modern history of Busan, describing the relations between Busan and Japan, Busan and the United States, and the situation in the Korean War. The three-storey building is divided into two pavilions, each with different themes to display different historical relics.