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Seoul is a city that is constantly on the move. This means that they have always had their eye on the future. The city was the first to be awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2010.
This museum is a treasure trove of art by the city’s many talented artists. For instance, this beautiful piece of art is by the legendary painter, Choi Hong-joon.
This is the part where I tell you to buy the art.
When you purchase this art, it will change into a piece of art that is going to a nearby store called “Art and Culture.” You can then purchase another piece of art there and have it change into something else. You can also purchase an art from a gallery that is on the other side of the city that will change into a new piece of art.
You can purchase art from any museums on seoul for around 4,000 won. That includes the seoulmuseumofarts, which is a small museum in east seoul that has a few pieces of art of your choosing.
In order to purchase an art, you have to go to the seoulmuseumofarts, which I assume you can walk there on foot, or you have to go to another shop that has a “shop” button. You can then request an art change into something else (which you will then have to pay for), so you can buy another piece of art.
There are a number of art museums in seoul, many of which are free. If you don’t like the art that you purchase, I recommend making a donation to the seoulmuseumofarts. If you have a favorite piece of art, you can still take it home, it will turn into a small print (like a book or poster) which you can then fill with money, and the money will go to the seoulmuseumofarts.
Once you’ve added your favorite piece, it will appear on your profile and you will then be able to see the art in your gallery.
seoul’s seoulmuseum of arts is free.
But it isn’t free for everyone. The reason why I think this is important is because many of the art works you get as a gift will never be displayed for free. The reason for this is because the museum receives donations for artworks. A small portion of a donation will go towards the cost of shipping the art back to the USA. The rest will go towards the museum.