The Shinhan Museum was established in February, 1997 with the purpose of helping the general public gain a deeper understanding of the development and history of Korea's finance industry. The Shinhan Museum is located on the third and fourth floors of the Shinhan Bank Gwanghwamun branch in Jung-gu Taepyeong-ro and measures a total of 1,320.93㎡. Over 3,500 items are on display detailing the past, present, and future of Korean finance.
Exhibition Hall Information
[Korean Financial History Center]
Artifacts that represent the historical trends of Korean finance.
[Shinhan Bank's History Center]
Historical artifacts related to Shinhan Bank, one of the leading banks in Korea.
[Currency Exhibition Hall]
Korean currencies used from ancient times to the present, plus anniversary coins and foreign currencies. Also contains models of machines used to make Sangbyeongtongbo bank notices.
Admission / Participation Fees
for groups should be made 1 month to 1 day prior to visit.
Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
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