We just happened to drive by the museum during a taxi ride. Fascinated by the name and content of the museum, we researched it online and found a guide of how to get there (it really helps to have a data plan on your smartphones to get around). Opened in 1987 and then renovated and reopened in 2005, the museum has 3 exhibition halls: 1) Agricultural History Hall showcasing agricultural communities from prehistoric times to the modern era, 2) Agricultural Community Hall containing models recreating the life of farm families from the olden days, and 3) Agricultural Promotion Hall with information on farming and agricultural cooperatives. The halls have displays and replicas of paddy fields, traditional homes, and marketplaces of agricultural societies. You are taken away from the city as you walk through the past.
Never stop learning. Through these museums we learned so much about culture. I have loads of respect for how the Korean people have better their lives in just a few decades. It's truly admirable how they have worked together as a nation for a higher standard of living.