Korean Central Art Museum
Opened in 1954, as its name the Korean Central Art Museum suggests, this is more museum than art gallery in that it walks visitors through the history of Korean art.
It is open Monday - Saturday all year round except for public holidays.
The museum has 22 rooms in total (all numbered) that take you through the history and range of Korean art.
A tour of the museum typically starts showing you the cave paintings from ancient times including reproductions of the art from the Koguryo Tombs, then works its way through different periods of Korean history. It finishes with the modern socialist realism pieces from the present day.
While it is mostly hung pictures (paintings, watercolours, sketches, etc.), there are also ceramics, embroideries and statues on display.
There is no cost to visit.
There is a store selling artworks and other souvenirs at the end of the tour.