The National Women’s Exhibition Hall opened on December 9th, 2002 with great support from women. The Exhibition Hall moved to Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do Province and re-opened on September 1st, 2014. The Exhibition Hall displays all of Korean women's history - from ancient to present. The National Women’s History Exhibition Hall presents four distinguished stories on women: the great and beautiful stories on women contributing to the historical development, the stories on women who changed the course of the history through their creative wisdom, the heartbreaking stories on sacrifices women made during wartime and the colonial period, and the stories of the women’s movement emphasizing the world peace through gender equality. The National Women’s History Exhibition Hall promotes and expands the Korean history and culture by advancing women’s history and culture.