Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea (CHA) has been building the National Intangible Heritage Center, aiming to open in the second half of 2013. This center is expected to collectively present the policies of intangible cultural heritages for the past half of a century and promote the value creation of intangible cultural heritages.
The National Intangible Heritage Center, located in the Hanok village district in Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, will consist of the stages, exhibition rooms, archives, educational and public experiential space for intangible cultural heritages to be a anchor system which passes down and expands the intangible cultural heritages.
As a hub to conserve and transmit global intangible cultural heritages, the National Intangible Heritage Center will play a major role to make Korea the leading country of intangible cultural inheritance and the center of international network. We ask your continued interest and support.
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