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PoultryFace - 5.16.2014 - 5:19 PM
The exhibit was very interesting. Seeing the different time eras of cultural art was eye-catching and very lovely. This exhibit could very well be one of the best in the history of the Phila. Art Museum. :D

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Chris - 5.16.2014 - 5:18 PM
Lovely exhibit and about an era we don't know! Thank you!

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Janet Berson - 5.16.2014 - 4:25 PM
It was cool to learn about the different cultures.mum

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Lucas - 5.16.2014 - 1:41 PM
IT WAS COOL

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NATE - 5.16.2014 - 1:39 PM
IT WAS VERY FASCINATING

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DOM - 5.16.2014 - 1:38 PM
I liked it but I would have liked to have the thing to hear more about the cool stuff.

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Lauren - 5.16.2014 - 1:37 PM
I LOVED IT!!!!!

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BROOKE - 5.16.2014 - 1:34 PM
looking at this from a financial perspective I noticed many people with these XP interactive devices. Perhaps you could look into an app for a phone or something smaller, cheaper, and more sustainable. Perhaps this would be a way to lower the operating costs!

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Kevin - 5.16.2014 - 12:05 PM
It's especially difficult to curate an exhibition of material so alien to the experience of the average museum goer. This one succeeds admirably in displaying the aesthetics of Korean art but lacks certain clues that would have clarified some objects and concepts. For example, it fails with respect to the ancestors to distinguish between honor and worship. Again, would not the typical viewer be left wondering whether or not Buddhas are gods? On the whole, though, very well done.

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David - 5.16.2014 - 12:02 PM
I've never read every word in the exhibit before. It was beautiful and fascinating. Being able to write your name in Korean is a perfect ending. Thank you so much for providing this exhibit.

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Susan - 5.16.2014 - 11:49 AM
Congratulations to the curator. A very fine exhibet Well done!

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Charles - 5.16.2014 - 11:37 AM
its popin up in here having so much !

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christelle - 5.16.2014 - 10:52 AM
love it

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jordan - 5.16.2014 - 10:49 AM
it was cool

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allen hudson - 5.16.2014 - 10:28 AM
I really enjoyed it.

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tabitha gordon - 5.16.2014 - 10:27 AM
I think an overview of Confucianism, at the beginning of the exhibit, would have given a better sense of the culture. The way it is set up here, we are piecing it together gradually, not necessarily in the order that makes the exhibit meaningful. Without that overview we are mostly experiencing artifacts.ALSO, so many of the items have writing on them, as an integral part of their significance. There should be translations of what is written on the decorative objects and the simpler of the inscriptions on the panels and screens. If you were teaching the Gettysburg address in Korea, would you hand it to them in English? Not just calligraphy as a visual experience, but the MEANING of the written figures, is integral to the pieces you show here and to an understanding of the culture.

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fg - 5.15.2014 - 3:28 PM
Hi! Bye!

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Hannie - 5.15.2014 - 2:30 PM
I escaped to Drexel, and ate Han Dynasty!!!!!

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Lina Again - 5.15.2014 - 2:29 PM
I took a lot of selfies!!!!!!! LIKE my Instagram!!!!!!!!

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Lina - 5.15.2014 - 2:26 PM

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