Trickeye Museum Seoul, South Korea

Trickeye Museum Seoul or Trick Eye Museum or Seoul Trick Eye Museum (서울 트릭아이미술관) in Seoul, South Korea. This is located in South Korea, Seoul, Mapo-gu, Hongik-ro 3-gil, 20 서교 프라자 B2 트릭 아이 미술관 B2 floor, Seogyo Plaza 20 Hongikro 3gil, Mapogu. Open from 9am – 9 pm. Admission fee: Adult 15,000 won / group Less than 20 students 11,000 won / student and student (with student card under 18 years old) 12,000 won / group More than 20 students 8,000 won.

Trick Eye Museum is a work of creative art, a new painting, three-dimensional camouflage. You will have fun shooting action shots. Inspired by the creativity and imagination of visualization, it employs three-dimensional special effects that combine scientific theory and image overlap by stimulating the movement of the image into realistic dimensions.

When entering into the image. All pictures will look as if they were real events. You will exclaim that it is so real that it is almost impossible to distinguish which one, the painting and the real. When you come in, you will find many things. There are museums in main facilities as

  • Trickeye Museum
  • Ice Museum
  • Carnival Street
  • Experience Hall

How to get there:

By Subway

  • Hongik University Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 9.
  • Go straight 150m, cross the road, and turn left onto Hongik-ro Street.
  • Go straight 120m, turn right down the second street (in between TONYMOLY and Holika Holika).
  • Continue going 100m to arrive at the Trickeye Museum on the right.

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