The last Wednesday of each month in 2014 has been designated as a special “Culture Day” in Korea. During culture day, participating museums, galleries and other cultural facilities will offer free or discounted admission. The royal palaces, Jongmyo Shrine, the National Theater of Korea, National Gugak Center, Korea National Opera, and Korean National Ballet are just a few of the many participants of Korea’s Culture Day.
-The National Museum of Korea (Free) -Gyeonggi Provincial Museum (Free) -Gwangju Folk Museum (Free)
-National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Free) -SOMA Museum of Art (Free) -Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (Free) -Songam Art Museum (Free)
-National Theater of Korea -National Gugak Center -Seoul Arts Center -Chongdong Theater -Myeongdong Theater -Hanguk Performing Arts Center -The National Museum of Korea – Theater -National Theater Company of Korea -Korea National Opera -National Chorus -National Narrative Song -Korean National Ballet -Korea National Contemporary -National Gugak Orchestra -Korean Symphony Orchestra -Seoul Performing Arts Company