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Bonte Museum Ticket

$17 USD


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1 Person


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Adult $17
Youth $12.5
Child $10
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Visit Bonte Museum and see the harmony of traditional and modern art.

Bonte Museum is a must-visit museum in Jeju Island if you love art. The word "bonte" literally means "original form" and the museum displays artwork from the past and present in an effort to show the original beauty and artwork of humans. Come see fine traditional handicrafts and how art from the past has influenced contemporary works.

Why this museum?
▷Museum designed by Pritzker Architecture Prize winner, Tadao Ando
▷Classic and modern artwork of both local and international artists
▷Enter the "Infinity Mirrored Room" designed by famous Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama
▷A total of 4 galleries and an outside garden each displaying different types of artwork


Adult (19 yrs~): $17 USD per person
Youth (13~18 yrs): $12.5 USD per person
Child (4~12 yrs): $10 USD per person
- Entrance ticket to Bonte Museum

*Children under 36 months are free of charge.

[Opening Hours]
Every day: 10:00am~6:00pm
(Last admission is 1 hour before the closing.)

[Gallery 1]
Gallery 1 mainly exhibits traditional handicrafts and wooden furniture. You will be able to see colorful wooden toys and decorations that were used in the past. This gallery also displays "bojagi" or colorful wrapping cloth and traditional Korean attire. Marvel at the fine tapestry of unique patterns and colors.

[Gallery 2]
Gallery 2 shows the infusion of traditional and contemporary artwork. There are several sculptures and pieces of art from Korean artists for you to see. Gallery 2 also houses the museum's architect, Tadao Ando's meditation room and his original design sketches. Come experience how Ando was inspired when designing his masterpieces.

[Gallery 3]
Gallery 3 is fully dedicated to the famous Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama. Famous for her obsession of dots, the gallery exhibits "The Pumpkin" and "Infinity Mirrored Room". At the "Infinity Mirrored Room", enter a dark mirrored room filled with dotted lights and lose yourself in the galaxy of lights. The star-like light bulbs are truly a mysterious and beautiful scene to experience.

[Gallery 4]
Gallery 4 has a theme of traditional funeral rites and the exhibition is called "Carriage to Heaven". The main display of the gallery is a "sangyeo" or a bier which is a traditional wooden platform used to carry a coffin. The large boat like bier is decorated with colorful wooden dolls and decorations. All around you will be able to see wooden ornaments that explain the traditional funeral rites.

[Gallery 5]
Gallery 5 is the special exhibition hall.

[Sculpture Garden]
Outside in the open garden are several sculptures from famous artists. You will be able to see colorful artwork by David Gerstein as he depicts the themes of happiness and joy of contemporary life. Jaume Plensa's signature sculpture of a crouching human and Rotraut Klein-Moquay's installation of a dancing gypsy can also be seen in the garden.

How to book

1. Complete your booking.
2. Check your email.
3. Enjoy it.

keep in mind

- Taking photos of artwork in Gallery 1, 2 and 4 is prohibited.


Non-refundable under any circumstances once the mobile ticket has been sent.

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