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Duam Hall

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Duam Hall

The late Kim Yong-du (pen name 'Duam'), a Korean-Japanese businessman, collected Korean cultural assets that had been taken out of Korea to Japan, and he donated 179 of those items to Jinju National Museum. Those objects, along with about 80 other recovered pieces are exhibited in Duam Hall, which commemorates Duam's donation.

Guide map of Duam Hall

Guide map of Duam Hall
1 Ceramics
2 Wood Crafts
3 Metal Crafts
4 Calligraphy and Painting
5 Film and Touch Screen


  • Mirror stand of mother-of-pearl inlaid with dyed turtle-shell strips in Joseon
  • Antithetical Couplet of Chugyeyugeomdo
  • White porcelain bottle shaped and patterned with bamboo tree in Joseon
  • Incense burner in Goryeo
  • 1 Inlaid Mother-of-Pearl Sewing Tray | Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897)
  • 2 Birds and Animals in an Autumn Valley - Painting and Couplet by Kim Deuk-sin | Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897)
  • 3 White Porcelain Bottle with Bamboo Shape and Design | Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897)
  • 4 Incense Burner | Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392)
Exhibition halls