Trick Eye Museum
Seogyo-dong 357-1 B2 Mapo-gu (마포구 서교동 357-1 B2) +82 2 3144 6300
Daily 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Here's a gallery where you can pants the angst-ridden figure in Edvard Munch's "The Scream" painting or plant a kiss on a bloated Mona Lisa.
This interactive museum features paintings that use the trompe l'oeil technique that create an optical illusion on flat surfaces. Famous artworks are turned into three-dimensional images, allowing visitors to interact with the characters inside the paintings.
No matter how much of an art snob you are, it is still fun to see how Trick Eye plays around with your favorite masterpieces.
It's a surreal experience walking among art that seems to leap out of the frame. The Trick Eye Museum is a great place for families and friends to have some silly juvenile fun, and perhaps learn a little bit about art.
Seogyo-dong 357-1 B2 Mapo-gu Seoul 서울시 마포구 서교동 357-1 B2 , +82 2 3144 6300, trickeye.co.kr, Daily 10 a.m.-10 p.m.