Here is a bitter history of South Korea, the Japanese Emperor opened a bank for the purpose of plundering the Korean economy. In 2010, the name has been changed to the present one. Here we introduce some representative things in Korean modern cultural relics and selectively exhibit Incheon Port (No. 7 of Incheon's tangible cultural property). TIPS: 1. Come here for a visit. There is a trick when buying tickets. I suggest you buy a joint ticket. Incheon Kaigang Museum + Exhibition Hall + Fried Sauce Noodle Museum + Incheon Kaigang Architectural Museum (there are still many old Chinese residences in Korea, but unfortunately they are no longer there). Anyway, four museums can save about 1,000 won by buying tickets. All of them are on this street. The Fried Sauce Noodle Museum is on another street a little farther away. If it's troublesome to buy tickets alone - you can buy tickets at every entrance of the four libraries. It's machine tickets. You can ask the staff to help you. 2. Normally and completely visit the whole exhibition area from the main entrance to the rear entrance. If it turns halfway, it comes out of the main door again. ~3. Here you can take pictures, but turn off the flash. If you don't know, you can ask the staff ~This is the next exhibition hall. After several visits here, you find that the theme of the exhibition is different.
외국인들이라면 한번쯤은방문하셔도 후회는없겠죠
The Incheon Kaigang Museum is located at the site of Incheon Branch of the First Bank of Japan. It was built shortly after the opening of the Museum and was renamed Incheon Branch of the Bank of Korea. It records the history of Incheon's port opening. There are not many objects and few collections. There are many museums in Korea.