The National Museum of Korea is located in Seoul, South Korea, and houses of vast collection of Korean historical artifacts. The museum was established in 1945, but in 2005, a new facility in Yongsan Family Park in Seoul. The museum holds more than 150,000 pieces in its collection, with approximately 10,000 on display at any one time. During the Korean War the collection, much smaller at the time, was moved to Busan to avoid destruction. Following the war, the collection was located in several locations throughout Seoul, until finding a permanent home at the new facility in Yongsan Family Park. The new museum has approximately 307,227 square feet of floor space.
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