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Talking about Korean culture: Fascinating museums

In Korea, there are a lot of fascinating museums, one of them is the so-called “Trick Eye Museum”.
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MC : In Korea, there are a lot of fascinating Museums, one of them is the so-called “Trick Eye Museum”. The trick art is an art that makes a traditional bi-dimensional painting seem like it is alive and moving. This is becuase by using not only scientific techniques and special paints, but also by creating some optical illusions that induce to believe that what we’re seeing is three-dimensional. In this Museum visitors can directly interact with the exposed paintings and experience the thrill of being ‘inside’ them. The Trick Eye Museum and the trick art itself illuminates the idea that art is something that must stay inside a frame, hanging on the wall, for people to just stand and look at it.
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By entering inside a painting, visitors can feel like they became its main subject or a figure who links the painting to the real world. Since the Trick Eye Museum is a place where you can not funny experiences. It is gaining popularity not only among kids but also among the adults. Many groups of friends or couples go to the Trick Eye Museum to take a lot of funny pictures and make a lot of good memories. What do you think about it? Is there a museum similar to this one in your country? Let us know by leaving a comment!

In Korea, there are a lot of fascinating museums, one of them is the so-called “Trick Eye Museum”.

The trick art is an art that makes a traditional bi-dimensional painting seem like it is alive and moving. This is possible by using not only scientific techniques and special paints, but also by creating optical illusions that makes our eyes believe that what we’re seeing is three-dimensional.

Since the Trick Eye Museum is a place where you can have fun experiences, it is gaining popularity not only among kids, but also among adults.

What do you think about it? Is there a museum similar to this one in your country? Let us know by leaving a comment!

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