The Seoul Trickeye Museum gets a perfect score when comes to customer satisfaction. We left the building with big smiles on our faces, even though we were terribly hungry and exhausted from the sheer number of pictures you take.
Despite spending one to two hours in the Seoul Trickeye museum, we didn’t take a picture of every single set up in there. Some we felt were below par and that why we skipped them. That aside, this place in my top 10 of things I have done that had the most fun.
The hardest thing you will do while you are in the Seoul Trick eye museum is choosing a pose for you shot. While they mark the best vantage point to take you picture from to get the right 3D effect, as mentioned in part 1, they don’t always tell you where to stand in the shot. This means you must try to be creative and figure out how the images will come out especially for the ones you take upside down.
“You definitely shouldn’t go to a trickeye Museum by yourself as you will spend…”
You definitely shouldn’t go to a trickeye Museum by yourself as you will spend even more time waiting for a stranger to pass by to take your picture for you. I also think I enjoyed it so much because I had two other people to laugh at the awkward poses, figure out how to pose and enjoy the experience with.
The second most challenging thing would be after you have left the Seoul Trickeye museum and you are trying to figure out which photos to share and which not to. You will take so many photos and even more complicated so you will need to touch up first. For the gallery below, we have done minimal editing so you can see the wear and tear on paint used in the artwork. This is more evident in pictures where most people are likely to pose in the same spot.
Gallery: Part 2