The exhibition “Vietnamese traditional handicrafts and culture” will last 2 years – the largest event to date – with the aim of introducing Vietnamese culture to Korean visitors.
In the RoK National Museum Quota, objects will be displayed in three sections. The first section introduces Vietnam’s people, history and geographical location. The second features the initial period of Vietnam’s traditional handicraft, items from the century 7BC to 1BC and beyond. The third section displays handicraft objects made of wood and pottery, marking the golden period of Vietnamese arts and crafts.
The exhibition will take place in the first room of the “Asian art” area in the RoK National Museum, giving visitors the chance to see the different parts of Asia.
The RoK National Museum is one of 6 largest museums in the world, attracting thousands of visitors every day.
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