Introducing the Museum of Korea Emigration History
The Museum of Korea Emigration History was opened in 2003 to celebrate 100 years of our ancestor’s emigration to America and honor their life and the trail they blazed in the frontier for our descendants. It’s the first emigration history museum in Korea built by the efforts of Incheon citizens as well as Koreans living overseas.
With Korea’s first emigration history museum opening in Incheon, a place where our first official migrants began their journey, we now have a foundation upon which to organize our emigration history which spans more than 100 years. By creating a network of Koreans both domestically and internationally, the Museum of Korea Emigration History will do its best to become a place to witness the joys and sorrows in the present and future for the 7 million Koreans living abroad, rather than a place that looks solely back into the past. The museum will also become a place where Koreans regardless of where they are can be proud and confident of being Korean.
- Opening hours: 9:00am ~ 6:00pm (last entry at 5:30pm)
- Holidays: every Monday (except for national public holidays), the day after national public holidays, New Year’s Day
※ The last Wednesday of each month is Culture Day (open 9:00am ~ 9:00pm, last entry at 8:30pm)
- Admission fees: Free
- User inquiries: 032)440-4710~4711
By subway- Incheon Subway : Get off at Incheon Station → Take bus no. 45 → Get off at Incheon National Maritime High School
By car- Via the 1st or 2nd Gyeongin Expressway
End of the expressway → Incheon Harbor Main Gate (underground passage)→ Suin sageori → Incheon Jungbu Police
Station → Incheon Harbor pier 8 → Wolmi Park
Address: 329, Wolmi-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon-si
- The user can freely use the public work
regardless of its commercial use without fee, and can change it to create secondary work.