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  • Special exhibition 《Goryeodogyeong A Visit to Corea by a Chinese Envoy 900 Years Ago》 Progress
    • Venue/ MUSENET Exhibition Hall
    • Period/ 2018.07.26(Thu) ~ 2018.10.21(Sun)

    Gyeonggi Provincial Museum will open a special exhibition Goryeo Dogyeong, a Visit to Corea by a Chinese Envoy 900 Years Ago. This exhibition will be based on the theme of Goryeo dogyeong, a report of the official trip that the envoy Xu Jing (1091-1153) of the Chinese Song Dynasty gave in 1123 to the emperor after his visit to Goryeo as a member of the delegation. This book portrays the Goryeo society seen from a Chinese man’s perspective and vividly incorporates the products and customs of 12th century Goryeo, and the original manuscript contains writings and illustrations.

  • Online exhibition Jo Gwan-bin, A Stubborn Nobleman Rediscovered

    The portrait of Jo Gwan-bin, the first academician of the Office of Special Advisers under the reign of King Yeongjo during the Joseon Period, is introduced for the first time at this exhibition. You can see by which steps the portrait was donated to the museum and how it was processed for preservation. Through the introductory remarks on the portrait written by Jo himself, light is shed on his life as a nobleman in the Joseon Period.

  • Special exhibition 《Gyeonggi 1000 Years Meet the Media, in Spring》 Special Exhibition Commemorating the 2018 Gyeonggi Millennium Close
    • Venue/ Gyeonggi Provincial Museum
    • Period/ 2018.04.18(Wed) ~ 2018.06.24(Sun)

    At Gyeonggi 1000 Years Meet the Media, in Spring, you can enjoy the medley of beautiful collections of the museum and modern media art. Today, the ways of expressing cultural properties have become more diversified as more people are interested in media.

  • Special exhibition The Costume, the Pattern of Joseon Dynasty Close
    • Venue/ Gyeonggi Provincial Museum
    • Period/ 2017.07.25(Tue) ~ 2017.10.29(Sun)

    This 20th-anniversary special exhibition of GyeongGi Provincial Museum displays the elegance and the beauty of our clothes with a focus on the patterns that appear in the costumes and textiles of the Joseon Dynasty.

  • Online exhibition The Costume, the Pattern of Joseon Dynasty: Officials’ Ceremonial Attire, Red Jobok

    Jobok was the most formal and splendid attire for officials. The harmony of red and gold color reflected its beauty and dignity.

  • Online exhibition The Costume, the Pattern of Joseon Dynasty: Government Officials’ Uniform, Black Dallyeong

    Dallyeong is named after a round collar shape. It was an official’s daily uniform, but non-officials also wore it as their bridal wear during the Joseon dynasty. The attire consisted of Dallyeong, Samo, Poomdae, and Hwa. The general public were not allowed to wear this robe, but they could especially wear it during their wedding ceremony.