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Hye-Jung Museum

The Hye-Jung Museum is the nation's first museum of antique maps. It houses the largest domestic collection of maps and atlases created in the West and East from the 11th to 20th centuries, as well as related historical documents and literature. The museum was the first in the nation to introduce Western maps of antiquity to objectively assess Korea's place in the world. Hye-Jung Museum's holdings provide the basis for the resolution of many territorial and border-related disputes, as well as for cartographical research.

Location
4th Floor, Global Campus Central Library
Hours
10:00 AM-4:00 PM

Hye-Jung Museum