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The shapes of the three primary vowels of Hangeul are meant to represent the sky, the land, and humanity, based on the principle of Chunjiin , which views those three things as the three foundational elements of the universe. The architecture of the museum—the place where the sky, land, and people meet—follows this same concept in a contemporary building that captures the beauty of traditional Korean eaves.
|B1||3,684㎡||Auditorium, Parking, Warehouse, Electrical Room, Machine Room|
|Floor 1||2,838㎡||Hangeul Library, Lecture Room, Conference Room, Museum Storage|
|Floor 2||2,239㎡||Permanent Exhibition Hall, Museum Cafe|
|Floor 3||2,609㎡||Special Exhibition Hall, Children’s Museum|