Trick Art Museum

Attraction 2381 Seong-eup-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Jeju, Jeju-do, South Korea Published on: 13-11-2015

1 hours 30 mins
09:00 AM - 07:00 PM
04:00 PM
05:30 PM
First-time visit
Must see
6.98 - 0.01 USD

Trick Art Museum is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
The Trick Art Museum is the first museum in Korea to show optical illusion art, and is located in Seogwipo City nearby the Seongeup Folk Village.

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Why Trick Art Museum is special ?

The Trick Art Museum is the first museum in Korea to show optical illusion art, and is located in Seogwipo City nearby the Seongeup Folk Village. Exhibitions on walls and floors are rendered in three dimensions. Exhibitions consist of seven themed sections: Parody Zone (showing famous paintings and sculptures), Animal Zone, Jurassic Zone, Aquarium Zone, Egypt Zone, Magic Zone, and Illusion Zone. Trick art renders two dimensional paintings in three dimensions by creating illusion. Each work looks differently when seen from different angles or spots. Its magic magnifies when seen from camera lenses. Visitors can take pictures with various fun poses blending nicely with exhibitions. Cameras as well as video equipment are permitted in the museum.


What to explore at Trick Art Museum?

Jeju Trick Art Museum is an optical illusion museum. What was previously exhibited only during special events in each city is now permanently available for visitors to enjoy at all times in Jeju.

Trick Art is based on renowned masterpieces. Visitors are welcome to touch the piece and take pictures freely. Trick Art uses visual and geometry illusions to create a 3-D and by using special paint with high transparency and absorbs refracted and reflected light to create a maximum effect.

This place is suitable for kids or adults to spend time together. It's a good place to go and have an enjoyable time with family or friends. There will be a sample image for each drawing to guide you on how to take a magical photo. You can simply choose all or your favorites to snap for memorable collection.


How to get to Trick Art Museum?

Take the airplane from Gimpo airport (Seoul subway line 5) to jeju. From Jeju Airport, take bus No.100 to jeju intercity bus Terminal (it takes 10-15 mins by taxi)

1. From Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal, take an Intercity Bus bound for Dongbugwangong Road and get off at Seongeup 1(il)-ri (first bus 6:10 / last bus 21:30 / 20 min interval / 1 hour ride).

2. From Seogwipo Intercity Bus Terminal, take an Intercity Bus that runs on Il-ju Road to the east and get off at Seongeup 1(il)-ri (first bus 6:30 / last bus 20:30 / 20 min interval / 50 min ride).

Departure from : Jeju-si (Take Beonyoung-ro no. 97, Take 40 minutes)

Jeju International Airport – Bong-gae – Croassroad of Namjo-road – Go straight at Daecheon intersection – Trick Art Museum

Departure from : Seogwipo-si (Take Ilju-road no. 12, Take 40 minutes)

Cheonji-yeon – Movie Museom – Sangungburi – Turn right at Daecheon intersection – Trick Art Museum


Selling points

  • A salute to these professional artists.. Paintings that kept us wonderstruck
  • Fun place for whole family, from kids to elderly
  • Splendid display of Talent and imagination
  • Delightful place to shoot photos
  • Interesting place to amuse yourself and friends for a couple of hours
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2381 Seong-eup-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Jeju, Jeju-do, South Korea

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Tips for you

  • You can get a help of the guidance of artwork for better understanding and fun experience
  • You can make your own artwork by taking various poses when taking a photo.When you use a flash of your camera, the light can spread due to high luminous intensity so you should refrain from flash photogarphy as all the artworks are accompanied with proper level of luminous intensity befitting each artwork
  • This museum is also near Seopjikoji ( a beautiful beach), Seongsan ilchulbong ( scenery of mountain and sea must visit), Gimnyeong maze park and Manjanggul cave ( the largest lava cave in the world)
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  • There are 100 parking spaces for free
  • You can call for group reservation via contact number : 064-787-8774 (from 9:00 AM to 07:00 PM)
  • Adults - Group 7000 won ($6.3) Teenagers - Group 6000 won ($5.4) Children, Disabled - Group 5000 won ($4.5) Group : 20 or more people Youth visitors are those from 13 to 18 years old. For the disabled (1 to 3 level), an accompanier gets free entrance. Citizens of Jeju Island can get a discount of 1000 won ($1) Discount offer for senior citizens is available for those over 65
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“Must use your imagination” 5 of 5 starsReviewed May 26, 2015 There are 6 zones. On entering, one arrives at Masterpiece artwork parody zone.. From the recreations of 50 western art masterpieces, you can use your imagination to direct and take pictures . Next is aquarium zone where optical illusion makes sea creatures such as sharks and whales seem to come out from frames. After this proceed to Egypt adventure zone. Ancient Egyptian civilization moves alive in front of your eyes.I felt a bit spooky. Animal lovers would love animal zone where you can feed giraffe and touch lions. Then go back to the past at dinosaur adventure zone and meet carnivorous and herbivorous gigantic dinosaurs. You can touch and be at ease with them. Experience magic at yhe last zone- optical illusion zone. Made yourself become a giant. Have fun and enjoy, bring home happy memories from Jeju Island.

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Cool up to date art! In my opinion, better than Hongdaes. There is also the Ice Museum and a 5D thingy thats all inclusive.

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