For its first exhibition of the year, the Jeju Museum of Art presents “Spring in Tamna, 2021 ‘Coveted Spring’ Jeju” (Tamna is the old name for Jeju Island), a celebration of the beauty of Jeju Island in art form.
From Feb. 16 through to May 2, 64 works by 39 artists depict the season as arranged in three distinct meanings that apply to spring.
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To abide by COVID-19 prevention measures, the Jeju Museum of Art has a limit of 30 visitors per hour to view the exhibition. Though reservations are not required for non-Korean visitors, please note that depending on availability you may have to wait.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, traveling to Jeju is problematic. In the meantime, we are highlighting some of the island’s attractions. We sincerely hope you will visit Jeju once it is safe to do so.
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