Education Programs

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Diverse and in-depth education programs to promote a proper and accessible understanding of modern and contemporary Korean history.

The Museum offers diverse programs tailored to specific themes, age groups, and target audience in order to promote a widespread understanding of Korea's past and present and to provide an opportunity to reflect on Korea's future.

Target Group

  • Children and Teens
  • Adults and Foreigners

Schedule & Inquiries

  • The National Museum of Korean Contemporary History Homepage www.much.go.kr -> 'Education' page
  • Education Division
    Tel : +82-2-3703-9248

Programs for Children and Teens

Programs for Children and Teens
Type Program Target Group Dates Application & Registration
School group programs Taegeukgi in the Air Pre-school students (6-7 years old) During school semester Head of school / Online
Exploring Korean History I Primary school students (grades 1-3)
Exploring Korean History II Primary school students (grades 4-6)
Do-it-yourself Exploration of Korean Contemporary History Primary school students (grades 4-6)
100 Years of Korea, 100 Years of Gwangbok Middle & high school students
Weekend family programs My Museum Visit with Mommy (Daddy) Children aged 7 to 3rd-graders with Parents Every Saturday/Sunday Individual / Online
Weekend children programs Learning Contemporary History with Your Heart Primary school students (grades 4-6) Every Saturday/Sunday Individual / Online
Youth Contemporary History Academy Career Search Project: My Future through History Middle school students Saturday (biannual, 5-week program) Individual / Online
Character Development Project: Future-oriented Understanding of East Asia High school students Saturday (biannual, 5-week program)
Summer/Winter school programs Bonding with Contemporary History Children aged 7 to 3rd graders During school vacation Individual / Online
Contemporary History outside Textbooks Middle & high school students

Programs for Adults and Foreigners

Programs for Adults and Foreigners
Type Program Target Group Dates Application & Registration
Museum College Exploring Modern History Adults April ~ May
October ~ November
Every Wednesday
(10 Times)
Individual / E-mail
Foreigners Experiencing Korean Contemporary History Foreigners, Multi-cultural families Year-round Upon prior consultation