Jeju National Museum, which opened in June 2001, is archaeological and historical museum where it displays, stores and researches the history and cultural legacy of Jejudo Island. Meanwhile, it operates “permanent experience corner ” in the exhibition hall, and you can rub the inscription of Jejudo Island from Daedong yeojido (Map of the Great East), Sehando (Winter Scene) woodcut printing, and cultural properties of Goguryeo Dynasty, Baekje Dynasty and Shilla Dynasty. Experience is free to participate, and Hanji (Korean paper) needed for the experience is sold in the Museum Shop. #wintergetaway
Admission to both main and special exhibits are free. The exhibition items and artifacts are well maintained and very informative. Easily accessible by numerous busses. A good place for children as well.