This gallery was built to re-examine the life and art world of Lee Ungno, and eventually to contribute to the development of Korean Art. Located in 396 Manyon-dong, Seogu, Daejeon City, this gallery is housed in one low level and two story building. It was designed by the French architect, Laurent Baudouin. It was opened on May 3, 2007. To celebrate the opening, the exhibition called ‘Goam strolls the wood of art from Paris to Daejeon’ was held. Currently, Goam’s art works are not well known to the public, such as relief (paper relief), engraving, silver paper painting, painting, mondol but are presented focusing the various media that Lee Ungno used for the third anniversary. The admission fee is 500 won for adults (individual), 400 won adult (groups), 300 won for children (individual), 300 won for children (group).