Total Museum of Contemporary Art [토탈미술관]

Time Between Dog And Wolf (2007)

This museum appears as Seo Ji-woo’s (Nam Sang-mi) workplace in Time Between Dog And Wolf (개와 늑대의 시간) (MBC, 2007) — as seen, for instance, in episode 11.

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Total Museum of Contemporary Art (TMCA) [토탈미술관], opened in 1992, is a contemporary art museum and South Korea’s “first privately-owned, contemporary art institution”. It was founded by a couple: architect Moon Shin-kyu, and the current museum director Noh Joon-eui. Prior to opening the museum, both ran the ‘Total Gallery’ and the sculpture park ‘Total Museum’ (1992-2002).

The museum is located in Seoul’s neighborhood Pyeongchang [Pyeongchang-dong/평창동], in the Jongno District [Jongno-gu/종로구]. It won the ‘Architecture Award of the Year’ –awarded by the Korean Institute of Architects– in 1993.

8 Pyeongchang 32-gil, Pyeongchang-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 종로구 평창32길 8
(울특별시 종로구 평창동 465-16)
Geolocation: 37.612154, 126.975662
Instagram: @totalmuseum

Getting here
Gyeongbokgung Station [경복궁역], Seoul Subway Line 3, Exit 3
(Take bus 1021 or 1711 from here)

— submitted by Marion KDL

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Tue-Sun: 11am-6pm (Last admission: 30 min. before closing time) --- Admission Fee Adult: 5,000 Won * Close on Mondays