Korean Art Gallery

The Korean Art Gallery facing Kim Il Sung Square in downtown Pyongyang is a four-storey building with a total floor space of 4 562 m2.

The gallery preserves and showcases art works created in the period of the anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle, works of high ideological and artistic value produced by Korean painters after the country’s liberation with a Korean painting as the main and lots of art remains showing a long-standing tradition of national art.

The gallery conducts propagation about the Korean fine arts in such forms and ways as lecture, projection, art book, picture album and postcard with art works as the main means.

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