The exhibition at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Photo: National Museum of KoreaThe exhibition at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Photo: National Museum of Korea
The exhibition at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Photo: National Museum of Korea

Shipwreck recovered off South Korea reveals hidden secrets about Chinese porcelain, trade and culture

  • In 1323, the large trade ship left Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, eastbound for Japan’s Hakata port in Fukuoka
  • It drifted north, possibly in a summer storm, and foundered in the strait between Imja island and Jeung island in Sinan County

Topic |   South Korea
The exhibition at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Photo: National Museum of KoreaThe exhibition at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Photo: National Museum of Korea
The exhibition at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul. Photo: National Museum of Korea
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