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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Why not leave a comment to share your thoughts and impressions with others?

I had a wonderful time learning about my own heritage. Thank you for putting together such a beautiful exhibition! :)

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Cathy Kang - 5.25.2014 - 4:46 PM
i had a great time :)

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Mr Bobby - 5.25.2014 - 4:25 PM
hi everyone

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Mr Bobby - 5.25.2014 - 4:24 PM
This was a great very interesting exhibition, only marred by loud tour guide

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Ray - 5.25.2014 - 4:08 PM
It was so wonderful to learn more about the religions of this era, and the great symbolic respects of nature..and especially the respect for parents and ancestors. Interesting to learn about the Kings of Hell, something I wasn't aware of...... the art was incredible, and the narration very enlightening. Too bad about the Japanese invasion that changed it all. Much to learn that should and could apply to our own cultures. I plan on bringing all my students and their families to this exhibit. They need to get out of some of the technical world and see reality in a different way. The values presented here are wonderful. Great exhibit.

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Ray Landers - 5.25.2014 - 3:56 PM
The audio tour numbers need to be legible from wheelchair height.

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ELIZABETH Wilkerson - 5.25.2014 - 3:47 PM
PEACE AND TRANQUILITY BROUGHT BEAUTY, BUT LEFT KOREA OPEN TO RUTHLESSNESS. SO SAD. WHAT A LEGACY THIS DYNASTY LEFT US; ENJOYED THE VISIT VERY MUCH.

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PAUL - 5.25.2014 - 3:44 PM
I didn't know that I loved Korean art,until now!

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Mick - 5.25.2014 - 3:36 PM
I loved it!!!!!!!!!!!

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Diana - 5.25.2014 - 3:34 PM
OMG!I love it!!!!!!!!!

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kaitlan - 5.25.2014 - 3:32 PM
Ah-Mazing!!!!111

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Juney Kim - 5.25.2014 - 3:19 PM
One of the unusual things in Korean Art, is that most of the wording is based on Chinese, yet the majority of the art and artifacts take on a different type of characteristics - obviously from the Korean culture.The influences that are present from different eras and religious overviews are very symbolic and add a distinctive feeling of a distinct culture.

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Charles H - 5.25.2014 - 3:09 PM
What a wonderful exhibit. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The best part was learning to write my name using the Korean alphabet. Great way to drive home an object lesson.

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Tammy - 5.25.2014 - 2:54 PM
I had a wonderful time in the exhibition and, in a larger sense, in the museum itself. The security guards and other staff here at the PMA have been extremely friendly and helpful. I've been here for several days doing research and have been very impressed with this institution. Regarding this particular exhibit, I though the audio guides were excellent, and the Hangeul kiosks where you could write your name were a fantastic idea. Thank you for a wonderful experience!

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Anonymous - 5.25.2014 - 2:48 PM
I would have loved to have seen "gender voice" (women's history/arts) also included...like women in traditional textile arts to include Korean wrapping cloths...which to me appear like contemporary art canvases.Overall, the exhibit was engaging. I would ask the curator/museum staff to add more seating in the gallery space as most visitors are also visiting adjacent exhibits...so providing benches in EVERY gallery would be most welcomed as physical fatigue detracts from the learning experience.Docent Paul gave a wonderful into today.

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Ann - 5.25.2014 - 2:29 PM
The characters that were written were some of the most refined i've every seen

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Anonymous - 5.25.2014 - 2:13 PM
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isaac - 5.25.2014 - 1:39 PM
The exhibit was excellent! Wonderful learning experience for children of all ages including us older folks. The audio handset made for a really engaging experience. Susie was wonderful in ensuring that the guests' questions were answered and making sure we felt welcome. Great job!

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Tehas - 5.25.2014 - 1:35 PM
I learned so much from this exhibition. I enjoyed and appreciated the richness of the Korean culture. Thank you all who made this exhibition happen.

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Jennifer - 5.25.2014 - 1:28 PM
I loved the exhibit! my favorite part was the part where you could write your English name in Korean.

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Nicolas - 5.25.2014 - 1:11 PM

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