Friday, 25 September 2015

Seoul's Trickeye Museum @ Hongdae

Who doesn't like optical illusions? It's like magic, but without the need for a magician. Or a rabbit.

And the Trickeye Museum in Seoul's Hongdae district is about all that: optical illusions. And a lot more!

So, when Trickeye Museum invited guests to their new wing, I just had to sign up and bring along two ladies who I thought would enjoy the visit. Yvonne and Carly were on their last day in Seoul; they were all over the city for a few days for sightseeing, and had to fly back to the Philippines. And on their last few hours in South Korea, they were able to experience the unique type of entertainment and fun the Trickeye Museum offers locals and international visitors alike.

During our visit, we saw moms with their kids, couples, groups of tourists, and international students who were also there to have fun posing with the illusions with their friends.

But for Yvonne and Carly, spending their last few hours in Seoul on and around these unique fantastic scenes that definitely tricked the eyes was the highlight of their visit to Korea.

If you're visiting Seoul soon, or if you're already here, do squeeze in a visit to the Trickeye Museum for added fun, memories and unique photographs to your Korea photo album.

By the way, around the Trickeye Museum lobby, there is portraitist, who can sketch you for a few minutes while you sit. There is also a shop where you can be made-up and costumed to look like a Korean prince or princess.

Here are more of Yvonne and Carlye's photos at the Museum:

The Trickeye Museum is very easy to find as it's just a few minutes from Exit 9 of Hong-Ik University Station of Line 2.

Here's the Museum website for directions, opening hours and other details need for your visit:

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