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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Why not leave a comment to share your thoughts and impressions with others?

Now I'd love to visit Korea. Thank you.

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Joyce - 5.21.2014 - 4:07 PM
i like very much

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Crouching tiger hidden dragon - 5.21.2014 - 3:35 PM
Uhhh huhuhuhuhuhuhuhuhuhuhuhu

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Beavis and Butthead - 5.21.2014 - 3:33 PM
Thank you PAM! I discovered much. It is interesting to see how beautifully simple the objects are until 1910 or so. I am inspired to go home and change my home to reflect the simplicity and grace of the Korean style.

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Anonymous - 5.21.2014 - 3:17 PM
What a magical procession of art and humanity! Coming to the exhibit with a question: "What do I already know about Korean art?" and departing with a fuller vessel of information, impressions and understanding to inspire life. ( The four Friends of the study and the three bonds are two favorites.) This masterful and engaging combination of the artifacts, their origins and intentions with contemporary technology is admirable and done with a fine flourish. Thank you to the curators, The National Museum of Korea, the public and private collection lenders, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and its staff and volunteers for providing a lovely afternoon. May good fortune and longevity go with you all!

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Allison Huyett - 5.21.2014 - 3:03 PM
i like gun

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sharief - 5.21.2014 - 12:44 PM
i had fun!

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rakesh - 5.21.2014 - 12:41 PM
I had fun today!

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Ariana - 5.21.2014 - 12:26 PM
i love my mom

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victor - 5.20.2014 - 2:27 PM
I loved the exhibition and disliked the audio guide. Why must the art be presented solely from a cultural perspective rather than also include aesthetic appreciation? Much of the art plays on symmetry in ways that are not immediately apparent to a non-artist. Presence and absence (mist/fog, blank spaces) are used to great effect. Representative vs. symbolic imagery. Etc. Why not use the practically unlimited storage space on these guides and have an artist talk us around the work from a formal standpoint, in addition to the explanation of cultural practices that you include?

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Eli - 5.20.2014 - 2:15 PM
It was a remarkable experience to see paintings from text books in the original here.I also learned more about the underlying vales that drove this societyThank-you

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YOUNG S NAM - 5.20.2014 - 2:06 PM
We enjoyed the tapestries and costumes, it's mind boggling that at one point in time, these were part of people's daily lives.

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Henry Adams - 5.20.2014 - 12:25 PM
Thank you for the great exhibition. I was amazed how thoughtfully and carefully the art was displayed. As a Korean, I was proud and grateful to have it as my culture. I hope to see these exhibitions more often.

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Sharon Lee - 5.20.2014 - 12:12 PM
SO GRATEFUL THIS EXHIBITION CAME TO THE U.S. - VERY BEAUTIFUL. WOULD LOVE TO GO TO KOREA SOMEDAY.

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LARCIA PREMO - 5.20.2014 - 11:57 AM
I liked very well this exposition. Well done with a lot of explanation. Greetings from Belgium. I would like to visit Korea soon :)

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Luk Ferdinand - 5.20.2014 - 11:26 AM
I'm from Vancouver and I love this place! Much love

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Lyle Norse - 5.20.2014 - 11:11 AM
It truly felt amazing to see so many people interested in a country I call home. I felt honored to see my history and felt a sense of pride I have never experienced.

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Grace Kim - 5.18.2014 - 4:57 PM
good stuff

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Ian Matthew Michael Burg - 5.18.2014 - 4:12 PM
XIE XIE NI! TAI HAO LE!

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LAN JUN JIE - 5.18.2014 - 4:04 PM
AMAZING MUSEUM AND IT'S WELL MANAGED!KEEP IT UP!

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CHRISTINA LIM OF SINGAPORE - 5.18.2014 - 4:02 PM

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