Park Joon-young (Kim Min-jae) passes by this museum in episode 6 of Do You Like Brahms? (브람스를 좋아하세요) (SBS, 2020).
Seoul Museum of History [서울역사박물관], opened in May 2002, is a museum that focuses on the history of Seoul City, along with preserving and exhibiting “the relics, urban remains, and historical houses of Seoul”. In their article Seoul’s best museums: 6 you’ll want to see CNN travel highlights this museum as one of Seoul’s best museums.
The museum consists of several annexes that include, among others, the Seoul City Wall Museum, Cheonggyecheon Museum, Dongdaemun History Museum and Dongdaemun Stadium Memorial Museum, Baek In-je House Museum, Gongpyeong Historic Sites Museum, and Donuimun Museum.
The main building is located on the grounds of Gyeonghui Palace/Gyeonghuigung [경희궁] in Seoul’s neighborhood Sajik [Sajik-dong/사직동], in the Jongno District [Jongno-gu/종로구]. It is in walking distance to/from Caffe Pascucci — Gwanghwamun Branch [파스쿠찌 광화문점], Officia Building [오피시아빌딩] and Four Seasons Hotel Seoul [포시즌스호텔].
The exhibition that was running while Do You Like Brahms? was filmed is The Trams of Seoul (Dec. 20, 2019~Sep. 27, 2020).
55 Saemunan-ro, Sajik-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 종로구 새문안로 55
Geolocation: 37.570490, 126.970585
Seodaemun Station [서대문역], Seoul Subway Line 5, Exit 4
(10 min. walk)
— submitted by Marion KDL