Symbolizing the year when Saemaul Undong training began, 1,972 “Sae Seoul” embossed markings evoke the hope that all 40mn Koreans will participate in Saemaul Undong.
This space is filled with historic photos depicting times gone by like the 36 years of Japanese colonial rule and the Korean War.
Thatched cottage, a symbol of poverty.
Daybreak bell, a special bell to awaken sleepy villagers.
Introducing the globalization of Saemaul Undong as an international model for local community development.
A sculpture inspired by the vibrant form of the “Saemaul Bud” that is the symbolic logo of Saemaul Undong.
10 Longevity Symbols
10 traditional symbols of longevity express the hope that Saemaul Undong will live on in perpetuity.
Draft Plan of Saemaul Undong
The draft plan of Saemaul Undong written by former President Park Chung-hee outlining how Saemaul Undong should unfold.
Stages of Saemaul Undong
Dioramas illustrating the many stages of Saemaul Undong evolving over time from improving living-conditions to augmenting revenues.