Introduces Maecheon’s family tree, ancestors’ achievements and family activities, and Maechoen’s bright childhood was captured in still-cut videos.
Exhibits the contents exchanged with literary people of the time, the Chinese poetry created by Maecheon at that time, and the books that Maecheon read and studied.
Introduces the period when he was devoted to reading and writing in the scholar’s Guansil Library and Maecheon’s spirit through his own book named Guansilgi, and exhibits the books and writings that recorded the situation of the times such as Donghak Peasant Revolution, the Gabo Reform of 1894 and the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-5, and the era of a sudden change.
Introduces ‘Oaesi’ and ‘Hyeoljuk’, which mourn the country that is going wrong by mourning the patriotic governor, and the will and poem of death left by Maecheon who kept benevolence and righteousness as a scholar when ending his life.
Introduces the master singers of pansori Song Man Gap, Yu Seong Jun, and Park Bong Sul, master of art, Kim Mu Gyu, general leader of the righteous armies, Yu Byeong Gi, and righteous army, Im Hyeon Ju and Park Gyeong Hyeon.
There is a session where children can enjoy the fable of Baby Commander Uturi, play at the ball pool and learn about plants such as beans and read beans.
There is a session of introducing the story of Yeonjene and Azalea and allowing children to play with blocks and learn about the wild flowers and animals of Jirisan Mountain.
Prepared the story of Ingeol and Taoist fairy who came down on a rainbow with a fun trick art.
There is a session where children enjoy the story of Mayago, the goddness who loved the God, Banya and learn about plants such as Giant Chickweed and Sickle Neofinetia
Children can enjoy the story of the King of Mahan, who lived in the Moon Palace for 72 years, avoiding war, try making their own palace, and enjoy interactive videos full of beautiful illustrations, where beautiful flowers bloom and a rainbow appears with a touch of an icon.