These two months coincide with the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Korea, Qi Baishi Painting Exhibition held by the Pusan Museum. I was also impressed by the fact that I was able to see the authentic works of Mr. Qi Baishi in a foreign country. The Museum provides translators in Chinese, English and Japanese, as well as guidebooks. Fewer people, very suitable for the appreciation of works
Busan Museum is located in Busan City, Korea. It opened in 1978. It has a long history compared with other public museums all over Korea. The main exhibition halls are Unified Xinluo Hall and Life Culture Hall. The museum is divided into two layers, one underground layer and the other above ground layer, including seven Permanent Exhibition halls, kiln exhibition halls and outdoor exhibition halls. Since the opening of the museum, through excavation, purchase, donation and other means, a large number of relics have been preserved here, which is a pioneer in Busan area. In 2002, the second exhibition hall was built and exhibited various relics from ancient times to modern times, while its external outdoor exhibition hall displayed stone carvings such as pagodas, stone tablets and Buddha statues. The relics on display here are mainly cultural heritage excavated or purchased in Busan and Qingshan areas, with about 6,000 pieces. They are important materials and assets for understanding the culture and regional characteristics of Busan.
Out of the University of East Asia, along the Hall Road in front of the door, we went east to the north of Longtou Mountain, and then to the free Museum of Modern History of Busan. The Japanese occupation period here was the Busan Branch of the East Ocean Colonial Society, which later became the American Academy of Culture. During the Busan riot, it was attacked. It can be said that it itself is a microcosm of the modern history of Busan and even South Korea. The modern history of Busan is introduced in the following parts: the opening of modern port in Busan, the plundering of Japan in Busan, the modern cities and the relations between Korea and the United States in modern times. There are also very detailed explanations in Chinese for each exhibition board, so there are no obstacles to visit. Of course, the most eye-catching thing here is the restoration model of the block in front of the modern Busan Railway Station.
Many historical relics have been found in the Pusan Museum, and quite a lot of exchanges have been found between Pusan and Japan in the early period. What is amazing is that many historical documents are written in traditional Chinese style, and the fonts are neat and neat, just like those printed in modern typewriting. The fonts are perfect!! __________ In addition, there are scenes imitating the early streets of Busan, which can be experienced by tourists.
Busan Museum is not a huge museum, part of it is still being renovated. Next door to the United Nations Memorial Cemetery, you can visit it. If you are interested in modern Korean history, Korean clothing and tea culture experience here is very rich, but there are not many exhibition halls open now.
The Museum of Busan is divided into three floors, the first floor underground and the second floor above ground. There are seven Permanent Exhibition rooms, including six exhibition halls and outdoor exhibition halls. If you visit the museum, you can get a better understanding of the history of Busan and integrate into the city.
The Museum of Busan is not one of the main attractions in Busan. Not many tourists come here to visit it. But if you have time, the Museum of Busan has a good collection of urban development models that show the history of the city, especially its long-term chaotic relationship with Japan.