Location: Kyujanggak Exhibition Hall
Part 1 King Jeongjo and Kyujanggak
Examines the materials related to the life of King Jeongjo, the founder of Kyujanggak, and the operation of Kyujanggak
Part 2 The State and the Royal Court
Exhibits numerous records illustrating the reality of state systems and administrative works
Part 3 The Elite (yangban) and the Common People
Examines the life of the different classes of the Joseon Dynasty, commonly classified as “scholars, farmers, artisans, and tradesmen,” through the content of Kyujanggak materials
Part 4 Old Maps and Local Society
Old maps in Kyujanggak hold significant artistic value and an abundance of information and are important materials for examining the development of maps in the Joseon Dynasty.
Part 5 Writing and Language in Daily Life
Kyujanggak has a vast collection of Hangeul-related materials that are used as primary materials in Korean linguistic studies.
Part 6 Culture and Arts, Science and Technology
Kyujanggak also has a collection of literary works, such as hyangga, gasa literature, and classical novels, as well as paintings and calligraphy that highlight the spiritual, cultural, and artistic worlds of Korean forebears.