Immersive digital gallery / Listening communication
Photographs: Jae Yoon Kim
Manufacturers: Danmyun artwork, Yeon object
An AR experience zone within the utopian garden filled with the scent of flowers. As you follow the smell of the smoke, you will come across a flower that retains heat. Inspired by Hanok (traditional Korean house), the exhibition space is an idealistic space where reality and unreality coexist, past and present. Traces of small birds and a tiger-patterned crest illustrate the creatures of nature and the warmth of nature itself. The garden is designed to provide a comfortable resting space and it is filled with artisan products based on conviviality, quality content with advanced technology and cultural heritage.
Together with the master Nakhwa (traditional wood heating), the designer created furniture and objects for the space. Nakhwajang refers to the art of decorating paper, wood or leather by burning a design (usually a landscape or birds and flowers) on the surface with a heated iron.
Virtual reality (VR) takes you to a new world, beyond the borders of time and space. You can enter the museum’s storage and conservation center to research and preserve valuable works from the collection, or you can awaken the spirit of King Murmur of Silla. 661 ~ 681 by studying the ancient reliquaries of the stone pagodas of the temple of Gameunsa. By conveying the true emotion of the original works of art, the high-resolution media make your visit to the museum more fun and exciting. Take to the busy streets and meet the people in The city of supreme peace, where many vibrant scenes from Joseon life await you.
With a design based on motifs from a traditional Korean house, Immersive Digital Gallery 2 is an ideal space for entertainment and relaxation. Immersed in the warmth of the sun from the large windows, enjoy the magnificent view of the rooftop garden, with Yongsan Family Park in the distance. Sit on a low wooden bench, richly decorated with patterns of wood-fired peonies, “tiger fur ridges” and prints of small birds. The whole gallery reminds us that the real purpose of digital content is to connect people and nature, then and now.