The entrance of Alive Museum
Cute cigarette tent
This museum of optical illusions has five themes, including trick art, digital art, object art, sculpture art, and provence art. You can become the main character of each theme, and take pictures of themselves inside the artwork.
A really cool optical illusions: Before looking through the spherical ball
After looking through the spherical ball
Hang on, Jewel!
A nice windows wallpaper
Climbing up the door
When you exit the museum, there is a cafe where you can relax before moving off to your next destination. I recommend trying the churros, which is ₩3,000.
Outside the restaurant, there is another large area of structures and figures. Too bad it was drizzling when we went out. Couldn't take much photos of it.
We were about to leave the museum when we found another indoor area of life-sized teddy bears.
I’d been to the Trick Eye Museum in Hongdae (post) and was amazed by it. I strongly recommend to go to any of the museums in Korea! There are two in JejuJeju’s museum is much larger than Seoul. The paintings in the museum are awesome and we had lots of fun taking photos there! We spent almost 2 hours in the museum. Remember to fully charge your camera batteries before heading to the museum!
Operating Hours: 9:00am to 11:00pm
Admission Fees: Adult ₩9,000 ; Youth ₩8,000 ; Children ₩7,000 ; Senior ₩7,000
Directions: Walking distance from Teddy Bear Museum.
Other interesting places in JejuView my Jeju itinerary here.
Teddy Bear Museum
Lotte Hotel Jeju - volcano fountain show
Jeju Mini Land
Seongsan Ilchubong (Sunrise Peak)
Jeju World Cup Stadium
Seogwipo Olle Market