The basic concept of the new National Museum of Korea to reinterpret the traditional architectural spirit of Korea in a contemporary way. An open plaza connects the museum’s two main wings. It has many spaces available on hire. The National Museum is the most representative and extensive museum in Korea. More than 12,044 of those pieces are always on display in our six permanent exhibition sections, where visitors can examine numerous national treasures of Korea, including Pensive Bodhisattva (Korean National Treasure No.78 or No.83), Goryeo Celadon Openwork Burner (No.95), Ten-Story Pagoda from Gyeongcheonsa Site (No.86), and Gold Crown from Silla (No.191).