Trick Eye Museum
24th June 2013. If you like to get a different perspective on paintings, the Trick Eye Museum in Seoul is a fun place to do it.
Time flies when interacting with the most tacky masterpieces at the Trick Eye Museum. It is less a museum than a gallery of whimsy, using French trompe-l’oeil technique, I do not know how to pronounce, but did come to appreciate.
Location: 357-1 Seogyo, B2, Mapo-gu, Seoul. Hongik University Station (exit9). Admission: 13,000 won. We had a coupon booklet from the tourist information, which reduces the price to 10,000 won, if you pay with your Visa card.
Before we got ready to participate, we thought to increase our photogenic charm by consuming bottle shots of Korean beauty drinks.
There really isn’t much more to say.
What are they all staring at?
Did I improve my yoga, or what?
Tomek’s a natural.
The original Scream we have seen in Oslo totally lacks second base explanation.
All I can say is that Tomek has much more of a sixpack in reality.
Yep, that’s just so me.
Okay, the ancient Greek times area may not be a costume stunner but nipple fondlers are going to like it.
Walk with us through the maze of the Magic Mirrors to exit the Trick Eye Museum.
A final accent.
Maybe this is not the perfect time to tell you what we had for dinner that night.
I think we did a good job to expand our point of view! Tomorrow I am going to give you an insight into Korean toilets.