The Jeju Museum of Art will showcase 39 artworks from its collection that have yet to be displayed in public. The exhibition includes the works of Jeju artist Kang Yo Bae, famed for his paintings about the April 3rd Massacre, the Western-style artist Kang Kwang and engraver Seo Jeong Hee.
Date: Until March 17.
Address: Jeju Museum of Art, 2894-78 1100-ro, Jeju City. 064-710-4300.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Entry is permitted until 5:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays.
Entrance fee: Adults: 1,000 won, students and soldiers: 500 won, children: 300 won (Group fees: adults: 700 won, students and soldiers: 300 won, children: 200 won).