Trick Eye Museum in Busan

I heard so much about this place from my husband after coming here, but didn’t get a chance to visit there. The place is actually full of 3d arts and built in a way to create optical illusion. They have other branches in cities like Jeju, Seoul etc. To get there, I mean to the one in Busan, you have to take line 1, in subway, and get off at Jagalchi station and walk like 3-4minutes and you will see Nampo Plaza. At 9th floor, you will find the museum. The ticket charges 10,000 Korean won for adults and 8,000 Korean won for kids.

It’s not really actually possible to describe it in words, so I’ll show you the pictures first!

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I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this place! Every time I take a look at the pictures I burst out laughing! πŸ˜€ I strongly recommend if you ever get a chance please do go there!

At the end there’s even a option where you can put your face to some dancing themed videos. And the videos are even more fun! πŸ˜€

Of course it’s most entertaining for kids, but I’m sure people of any age will have a good time there. πŸ™‚

So, that was all for today! Bye! ❀

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16 Replies to “Trick Eye Museum in Busan”

  1. What a beautiful museum and a really nice post. Great photos too, are you on Instagrem (@twodoctors). I recently blogged how we all often miss our local museums and only visit galleries and museums when we are on holiday!

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