The Korea Tourism Exhibition Hall features two exhibitions: one tells the inside story of Cheongwadae and presidents of South Korea, and the other introduces the country’s beautiful culture and travel destinations.
"Cheongwadae," which means "a house with blue rooftiles," is a place where the president of South Korea lives and works.
The exhibition tells a story in detail, from the former location of Cheongwadae, which used to be the site of a royal palace during the Goryeo dynasty, to the present building.
The hall displays the various gifts received by the presidents of South Korea from heads of state and artworks from around the world.
While viewing the artworks, viewers can see photos and details through the touchscreen.
You can shed light on the pictures and history of Korea’s former presidents.
Plus, discover former presidents’ accomplishments and presidential holiday destinations.
This area was created by displaying photographs of Instagrammers who captured beautiful sceneries of Korea.
The photographs, which fill the entire walls and ceilings, were selected from the official Instagram account of the Korea Tourism Organization (@travelgram_korea).
This is where visitors can find out about the world heritage sites designated by the UNESCO.
The display takes the form of a bookshelf, inspired by the Korean classic painting "Chaekgado (bookshelves and scholar's accoutrements)."
Viewers can look into the description and photographs of each site by taking a book out of the bookshelf.
Upon taking commemorative photos against various backdrops, such as the interior of Cheongwadae, locations of popular K-dramas, Cheorwon Korean Workers' Party Headquarters, and Daegwallyeong Yangtte farm, visitors can receive the images instantly via e-mail or text message -- as if you have actually been to usually off-limits areas like the lobby of Cheongwadae or Sangchunjae.