The Heojun Museum opened in honor of the academic accomplishments and charitable deeds of the renowned medical scientist, Heojun of the Joseon Dynasty. The museum is composed of the Heojun Memorial Hall, a Herb and Medicine Room, a Medical Supply Room, an Experience Hall, and two floors of a Naeuiwon (government-run medicinal office during the Joseon Dynasty) and an oriental medicine clinic. In addition, there is Heojun Park and Heogabawi Rock, which are situated beside the museum. Apart from things related to Heojun, various exhibits, especially high-tech displays such as models, media and touch-screens are also available and on display.



87, Heojun-ro, Gangseo-gu, Seoul[Google Map]


Length of Tour: 

Approx. 1 hr-1hr 30min



Homepage: (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)



How To Use


Admission / Participation Fees: 

[Heojun Museum]
Individuals – Adults 1,000 won / Children 500 won
Groups – Adults 700 won / Children 300 won

[Combined Ticket (Heojun Museum & Gyeonjae Jeongseon Art Museum)]
Individuals – Adults 1,300 won / Children – 700 won
Groups – Adults 1,000 won / Children 500 won

* Groups: 20 people or more
* Adults (ages 19-64), Children (ages 7-18)
* Free admission: Preschoolers (ages 6 and younger), seniors (ages 65 and older)


Parking Fee: 






1. Balsan Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 3.
Transfer to bus No.6657 or 6630 and get off at Gongjin Middle School Station.

2. Gayang Station (Seoul Subway Line 9), Exit 1.
It is 10min away from the station



Additional Info


Program Information: 

Educational programs available


Reservation for Foreigners : 

Reservations must be made in advance for foreign language guide service
* Available in English, Japanese, and Chinese (Tel. +82-2-3661-8686)


tel: +82-2-3661-8686

zipcode: 07525

accomcountculture: 500 people

infocenterculture: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

• For more info: +82-2-3661-8686

parkingculture: Available (Bus: 1, sedans: 28, designated parking: 3)

restdateculture: Every Monday, New Year's Day, the Day of Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day)

usetimeculture: March-October 10:00-18:00
November-February 10:00-17:00
* Last admission is 1 hour before closing.

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