Who hasn’t dreamt of climbing bamboo with pandas? Or riding great white sharks two at a time while looking fierce? Or maybe galloping through Poseidon’s backyard on your own unicorn? The Trick Eye Museum allows you to interact with life like paintings on the ground and walls so that when you step in just the right spot you get to become part of the scene.
For only 15,000 KRW you can pose in front of several rooms filled with multiple works of art. From famous scenes like Munch’s Scream to hilarious paintings where it looks like your fighting a giant snake while hanging upside down from the rafters. It’s a fun way to spend a couple hours with friends or on a hot date.
Take a look at our mind bending photos from our visit to the Hongdae Trick Eye Museum in Seoul to see all the awesome adventures we got ourselves into.[justified_image_grid preset=c2 row_height=250 height_deviation=20 load_more=hybrid load_more_mobile=hybrid load_more_limit=9 ids=”14329,14327,14326,14320,14319,14318,14316,14315,14314,14313,14312,14311,14310,14309,14308,14307,14306,14305,14304,14303,14302,14301,14300,14299,14298,14297,14296,14293,14294,14292,14290,14289,14288,14287,14286,14285,14283,14282,14281,14280,14276,14275,14274,14273″]
Maybe your friends and family aren’t so gullible to believe you actually fought a giant snake or were about to be eaten by a giant seagull, but you will at least make them jealous of all the awesome shots of you inside the art!
Make sure you leave enough time to check out the Ice Museum which is chilled and full of ice sculptures as well as a small ice slide!
The Love Museum is also included in your ticket and may be x-rated, but a fun place to have an adult laugh or two. Again, don’t be too shy to take some naughty photos inside!
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