The Paper Country Museum opened in 1999 as the Paper Art Museum.
It was established to promote Korea's excellent paper, paper industry, and paper culture to the world.
It was reopened as the Paper Country Museum in 2008 and is still in existence.
Foreign tourists who have entered Korea through KETA will also visit this place to see various exhibits.
Papermaking technology, developed by Korean ancestors, is naturally incorporated into Korean life.
If you go here, you can experience this history firsthand, so I hope you visit here at least once.
Address: 166 Jangchungdan-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
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