Introduction

Bangjja Brassware Museum is the first original museum of its kind in Korea. Unknown to many, Bangjja Brassware possesses a host of beneficial attributes and is used both for storing food and for growing plants. One of its primary functions is that of cultivating nutritive elements.

The Bangjja Brassware Museum in Daegu has numerous brassware products on hand that were generously donated by Lee Bong-Ju. His collection was subsequently appointed intangible cultural asset number seventy-seven by the Korean government.

The museum’s layout is rather intricate. Both the basement floor and second ground floor consist of three exhibit halls, a data research hall, a cultural experience hall, a video education hall, an outdoor stage, and several planning exhibit halls. In the Brassware Cultural Hall, a display boasting Korea’s history regarding various kinds of brassware, together with other relevant information is on hand for visitors. In the nearby Donation Hall, a National Intangible Cultural Heritage, Lee Bong Ju’s luxury brassware collection, is on display. In the Reappearance Hall there are makeshift displays illustrating where brassware was first produced and where it was traded.

 

 

Address: 

29, Dojang-gil, Dong-gu, Daegu[Google Map]

 

 

Homepage: 

artcenter.daegu.go.kr
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

 

 

How To Use

 

Admission / Participation Fees: 

Free

 

Parking Fee: 

Free

 

Structure Size: 

One story below and two above ground
Total Area: 17,890㎡
Floor space: 3,758㎡

 

 

Transportation

 

[Train]
Take a Korea Train Express (KTX) from Seoul Station to Dongdaegu Station.(Train
schedule: 05:15-23:00, 15-30min intervals / Estimated travel time: 1hr 50min)

From Dongdaegu Station, take Express Bus 1 (고속 1) bound for Donghwasa Temple.
Get off at Dohak-2 dong (도학 2동).

 

 

Additional Info

 

Collections Status: 

Entire 275
kinds 1,480 items

Daily tool - instrument, tableware and kitchen household tool, stationery tool, regular living tool

Ritual utensils - ritual vessels, regular vessels

Religious tools - religious instrument, Buddhism tool, a Shamanist custom and folk customs, Christian tool

Manufacture tool - manufacture tool, manufacture instrument

 

Reservations: 

Phone-rservation: +82-53-606-6171

 

Reservations: 

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tel: +82-53-606-6171~4

zipcode: 41007

infocenterculture: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-53-606-6171~4

parkingculture: Available (Small-sized car: 30 parking lots / Large-sized car: 6 parking lots)

restdateculture: Every Monday (if Monday is national holiday, closed on the next operating day), the day of Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving day), New Year's Day
* Refer to the homepage.

usetimeculture: April - October 10:00-19:00
November - March 10:00-18:00

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