Address 21, Imunan-gil, Gangcheon-myeon, Yeoju-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Operating Hours : Open all year roundn all year round
Nov – Feb : 09:00 – 17:00 (Last admission : 30min before closing)
Mar – Oct : 09:00 – 18:00 (Last admission : 30min before closing)
*The museum will notify the holiday 2 weeks previously if there is any reason to close.
Adults 5,000 won / Group of 20 or more 3,000 won
Youths Children 3,000 won / Group of 20 or more 2,000 won
Take a bus heading Gangcheonri(강천리), Geoleunri(걸은리) or Gayari(가야리) from Yeoju Bus Terminal to Mok-a Buddhist Museum. (Bus schedule: 6:20- 20:40, 1 hour intervals/ Travel time: 20 minutes)
Ten minutes ide from Yeoju Bus Terminal.
Gallery Click photos to enlarge.
The Mok-A Museum designated as intangible cultural asset No. 108 was established by Park Chan-su in June 1993 with the purpose of handing down traditional Buddhism art, and traditional woodcraft techniques. The four-story museum contains an outdoor sculpture park.
The exhibition displays remains such as Buddhist statues, paintings and sculptures, as well as Director Park Chan-su’s works including Buddhist woodcrafts. The outdoor sculpture park displays Buddhist statues such as Mireuksamjondaebul, Birojanabul, Baeuigwaneum and a three-story pagoda.
Facilities for the Handicapped
Free wheel chair rental services
(A valid ID should be presented)
Biuso (Simple meal & outdoor resting area), Hoerang (play area), store selling cultural products, etc.