About 1,700 visitors flocked over to make their own ceramics at Ungcheon Pottery Kiln Museum since the museum opened in Jinhae-gu, Changwon Nov. 23, 2011.
The museum has a two-story exhibition building, four earthenware-making halls, a kiln and a trail. The museum aims at promoting the Ungcheon Pottery Kiln Site, the provincial monument No. 160 of South Gyeongsang Province.
The museum has a collection of about 80 pieces of earthenware and offers pottery-making classes.
The daily class comprises of drawing on the pots, making pots with hand or by using a spin wheel, which participants are free to choose. Three-month regular courses are also offered to beginners and advanced learners, once a week.
The number of visitors is likely to increase further, especially with many students and families coming to enjoy their summer vacation, said a museum spokesperson.