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The Trickeye Museum is "one of a kind" painting gallery, which combines art with hi-end technology - so-called AR (Augmented Reality) effect and 2D/3D illusions. Instead of merely viewing paintings (as in a typical art gallery), visitors can...more
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This museum was one of my most memorable place in Seoul. It was very interactive in that you can be a part of the art and take lovely photos. I would advice going with friends in other to take photos of each other.
This place is so incredibly tacky that you can't help but to have a good time! It was well worth it for the laughs! There's an app you can download to "enhance" your experience but it didn't work half the time. There's another tacky Love...More
First, this is not a museum in the conventional sense. It's a series of wall paintings and mirrors, and other things where a participants can sit, lie, stand, etc in designated locations, and it appears you are flying, being eaten by something, are cut in...More
Considering this place is top rated amongst tourist. I feel that there needs to be some kind of guidance. There was a language barrier and no one could assist us on how things worked. Also the space is very limited. Too many people going in...More
Trickeye Museum??? Who knew!
This is an experience not to be missed if like us, you have no idea what to expect.
I’m not going to say much as I don’t want to spoil it but it was the best few hours we spent in...More
Carefree enthusiasm is everywhere in this energetic neighborhood centered on Hongik University, Korea’s top art school. From its assortment of murals to the occasional amateur street performances, creativity and expression make up the wild and beating heart of vibrant Hongdae. At the Free and Hope Market (weekends at the Hongdae Children’s Playground) you'll find one of Seoul’s most popular handmade and creative markets
drawing consistent crowds. At Hongdae, there’s never a shortage of things to do and see; food and drink options are nearly endless as are shops and noraebang (karaoke) rooms. Hongdae is also one of Seoul’s top party and club scenes catering to a younger demographic; if a packed club isn’t your scene, you'll also find a range of music venues and bars offering live music in all genres. Although Hongdae has lost much of its unique appeal and undergone rapid commercialization in recent years, be sure to explore Hongdae’s edges in areas such as Sangsu-dong and Yeonnam-dong where Hongdae’s fiercely independent streak still runs freely.