Inje’s diverse cultural experience center where visitors can meet poets and literary persons that represent Inje! Experience the diverse history and cultures of Naeseorak Inje at the Yeocho Calligraphy Museum that offers relics on Manhae Han Yong-woon who is the representative poet of Korean literary history, Park In-hwan who is the eteranal young poet and the father of Korean modernism, and Yeocho Kim Eung-hyeon who was recognized as the greatest master of modern Korean calligraphy.
- Inje-ro 156-beongil, Inje-eup, Inje-gun, Gangwon-do
- Closed on Mondays
(Closed on Lunary New Year Day / Chuseok Day and days following public holidays
Park In-hwan dropped out of college after liberation of Korea and returned to Seoul with just 50,000 KRW and purchased the book store run by poet Oh Jang-hwang and opened ‘Marie Bookstore’. Marie Bookstore contained the works, literary magazines and art books, etc. of various authors and it was a place frequently visited by poets and novelists, and it was the place where the Korean modernism movement first began. The first floor of the museum was organized in a minimal fashion like a drama set for the streets around ‘Marie Bookstore’ in Myeongdong, Seoul, and it is filled with various attractions.