GOOD NEWS for I can now enjoy Trick eye Museum with my besties for they are coming to Singapore in the middle of 2014! YABADABADOOOO!
With over 80 paintings, visitors can pose within the frames to the 800 square meters museum at Resorts World Sentosa! I am excited!
Way overdue post of my Seoul Trip last October 2013 to The Trickeye Museum. I have heard so much about this cool art gallery with paintings created using ‘trompe l’oeil’ techniques (meaning “trick of the eye” in French) that gives each 2D art piece the illusion of being in 3D!! COOLBEANS! Instead of merely viewing paintings like what is expected of in a typical art gallery, visitors can interact with the paintings and posing themselves just right so that they will look as if they are part of the original work. This is way too fun and too cool if you asked me.
Admission / Participation Fees:
[Trickeye & Ice Museum]
Adults 15,000 won / Group (more than 20 persons) 11,000 won
Children & Youth with Student ID card (age 18 and under) 12,000 won / Group (more than 20 persons) 8,000 won
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, and turn right down the second side street (in between TONYMOLY and Holika Holika).
Continue going 100m to arrive at Trickeye Museum on the right.
For the price of 15,000 won, we had admission to Ice Museum after having a cool time at The Trickeye Museum. It was sooooo cold, I wasn’t the least prep for it. I was screaming in all madness and all I wanted to do was to run out of that place! We were given a blanket to keep warm but it was of no help at all. I wonder how Rayson manage to pose and lie down on the ice bed, KUDOS to that fella. I froze just by helping him snap that picture! PURE MADDNESS. I was in there for barely 10mins and I had to run for my