I would like to thank Suwarnee and the family for giving me the opportunity to visit Trick Eye Museum in Hongdae last week with them.
Suwarnee and the family.
Honestly, Trick Eye Museum is not a place that I would spend a
13,000won 15,000 won for. Kinda pricey for an entrance right?
I would rather spend 17,000won for Leeum Museum instead!! Hahah..that’s pricier but they are two different kind of art and my preferences would go to Leeum Museum. I have a soft spot for Leeum Museum.
But the vibe from Trick Eye Museum is definitely different. Don’t go alone. Tag along with any friend at least another one would bring sunshine to your face. Plus..don’t forget to snap pictures exaggeratedly otherwise the pictures won’t come out nice!!
Those who are less than 18 years old have to pay
11,000won 12,000won for admission. Yeap..even baby has to pay 12,000won.
How to go to Trick Eye Museum in Hongdae?
Go to Hongik Station, Line 2, Exit 9.
After the exit, walk straight until you see the traffic light at the main road leading up to Hongik University. Cross the zebra crossing in front of you and turn left immediately after crossing it.
Walk straight and turn right at the second alley. Walk about 20 metres and you will find this signboard.
After this signboard, walk straight about 2 metres and look at you right.
Trick Eye Museum is at the basement.
Official website: trickeye
Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Open: Everyday, 9am to 9pm
Admission fee: 15,000 won for above 18 years old and 12,000 won for 18 years and below. Different prices for group. Please check their website.