Gwangju National Museum and Sajik Tower

I don’t like to see ruins, pagodas or the ancient arts unless they are internationally acclaimed sites such as Angkor wats and Borobudurs. This museum concentrates on the local history and Asian buddhist arts, and I liked it.


Walking pass to the main building was part of fun, hop hop and jump out the pond.


How much this ticket costs? Nothing. All free admission.

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Now part of us having a stroll of the art street of Gwangju.

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After dinner We head for the Sajik tower to get the street view with lights. This tower opens for the night view for free.  Use of lift and air-conditioning also come free of charge.

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