The Choi Sunu House is the old residence of Hyegok Choi Sunu (1916-1984), who lived in this house from 1976 until the day he passed away. The house is designated as Korea’s Registered Cultural Property No. 268. Choi Sunu was a leading art historian who served as the director of the National Museum of Korea. He devoted his life to rediscovering the beauty of Korean art and made many academic accomplishments in the areas of Korean ceramics, traditional woodcraft, and the history of painting.
The house has been open to the public as the Hyegok Choi Sunu Memorial Hall since 2004. The memorial hall displays Choi Sunu’s relics as a permanent exhibition and holds special exhibitions in the fall as well as cultural programs every spring and fall.
9, Seongbuk-ro 15-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul[Google Map]
Mondays, Sundays, Day of Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day), Winter season (December-March)
www.choisunu.com (Korean only)
How To Use
Hansung Univ.(Samseongyo) station (Subway Line 4), Exit 5. Walk straight for approx. 700 m and turn left at Shinhan bank.
Free (seprate fee may apply to activities)
Keepsake exhibit hall
Interpretation Services Offered:
Information leaflets are available in different languages
expguide: [Tour] Free / approx. 30 min
[Paper program] 1,000 won per experience / approx. 10 min
[Typewriter program] Free / approx. 10 min
[Experience the museum] Free / approx. 15 min
infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-3675-3401
usetime: [April 1-November 31]
* Last admission 15:30