Trick Art Museum can be found at three cities in Korea; Seoul, Busan and of course, at Jeju. The one in Jeju is located in Seogwipo City nearby the Seongeup Folk Village. The entrance here is 8.000 won for aduls and 6,000 won for children.
|Behind bars... or not!|
|Frog eating contest?|
|Mona Lisa smoking|
|Yep, I'm that strong! *smug smug*|
The place has different themes you could enjoy: parody zone, animal zone, Jurassic zone, aquarium zone, Egypt zone, magic zone and illusion zone.
|This one's fun!|
It was awesome to see replicas of famous art pieces all edited with illusion in mind. And of course, it sure was a great time to take pictures inside! The paintings have descriptions on how you could pose and what angle to take in case you get confused on how you could achieve the funniest look.
I almost didn't notice that it took us an hour to explore the place! Just like the Teddy Bear Museum, this place could be enjoyed by anyone. Some people may think the place is a waste of money or time (in case you're solo traveling or wanted to visit a real museum - you'd probably leave after 15 minutes), but if you love having a good laugh and are into optical illusions, I absolutely recommend this museum and would recommend that you add it on your Jeju Itinerary! I would love to go to their museum in Seoul with my family some time for more of these pictures. :)
|Me and my friend at Jeju's Trick Eye Museum|