If you love taking unique photos, then this is the place to go. This is a museum of optical art. There are five themes of optical art here which are trick art, digital art, sculpture art, object art and provence art. You can take 3D photos and act out scenes or become part of an art piece.
When I drove over here, I thought that I had made a wrong turn somewhere since I didn’t see anything around. Then I came across a huge open area which I then realized is the carpark. The first sight of the museum had all three of us going “Wow!” Now this is what I call a museum! An aunt and cousins of mine had been here before and they were raving about it, so I added this to my itinerary and I am glad I did!
We took a lot of photos here. Sometimes we laugh too much to pose for them. You can find a photo guide beside some scenes to help you out on how to get the optical illusion photo or you can come up with your own ideas. Look out for signs on the floor too so you can see where to stand to take the photo. Of course its better to come here with a friend so that the both of you can take turns taking photos for each other.
Here are some examples of photos you can have for your emmm… “unique” photo collection that you can make here.
This is a fun place to be and you will have a lot of memorable photos.
Alive Museum (박물관은 살아있다)
Address: 42, Jungmungwangwang-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
제주특별자치도 서귀포시 중문관광로 42 (색달동)
No. to input in GPS: 805 0888
Operating Hours: 8.00am to 9.30pm (Last admission at 8.30pm)
Admission Fees: –
- 10,000 Won for Adults
- 9,000 Won for teenagers
- 8,000 Won for Children, Seniors and Disabled
Parking Fee: Free
There is another Alive Museum in N Seoul Tower and Insadong for those who can’t make it to Jeju.
There is also an Alive Museum branch here in Singapore at Suntec City Mall too!
Next stop, Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff. Come back and read about it in the next blog entry.