Donuimun Village Museum
On Saturday, I went to the Donuimun Village Museum.
It used to be a village there until last year, but it’s a village
museum now. It’s very huge that we find the way with difficulty.
When we reached the education building, we listened to what we were supposed to do in this program.
We have to accomplish missions until 3:15. (If we can’t complete the missions at that time,
we must come back.) We listened to some history of Donuimun. And we went to do our missions.
The village showed '60s and '70s buildings mostly.
But most of it showed the history of Donuimun.
First, we looked at the map. There were four different places that showed the history of Donuimun. That’s where we were going to refer to when we were answering the worksheet.
We went to each of the gallery, saw the exhibit, and worked on our mission. It was doing tangram and taking a photo in front of the Sesdamun Hotel display. After that, we went back to the education building.
And we stayed at Donuimun a little longer. At first, I couldn't believe Donuimun was used as a firewood for seven bags of rice! If that did not happen, we would have been able to see Donuimun now. But we had fun. I guess we discovered many things about Donuimun.