Destinations, Travel

Our Visit to the Trickeye Museum in South Korea

While I was searching through some old travel pictures of ours, I found these silly images of us enjoying the Trickeye Museum from our trip to South Korea in 2017. Yes, I know, it’s been awhile since we took these pictures. But it’s never really too late to share stupid pictures of yourself on the internet, amiright?

The Trickeye Museum is a popular tourist attraction for those visiting the country. This museum is all about optical illusions. Guests to the museum become “one with the artworks” here. We crossed burning bridges, went skydiving, rode a bucking bronco, and survived the Titanic all in one day at the Trickeye Museum.

There are two locations of the Trickeye Museum in South Korea, one in Seoul and one on the island of Jeju. We ended up going to the location on Jeju Island. Since we were in South Korea during the summer time, it was especially hot. Therefore, a visit to the museum was a great way to escape the summer heat.

I believe it did take a couple of hours to complete the entire museum. Lucky for us, it was not too busy so we didn’t have to wait too long to snap some pictures within the artwork! I will never forget my experience here. It was one of the most captivating museums I’ve ever been to, and I hope you find these pictures just as cool as we did.

THE DEETS:

Where: Jeju Island (or Seoul) in South Korea

What: Trickeye Museum

When: We visited in July but it’s open all year round!

Bring: A friend and a camera! I wouldn’t recommend this place for a solo traveler necessarily, unless you want to haul a tripod around.


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