After passing the Mysterious Road and exploring Jeongbang Waterfall, I visit Jeju Alive Museum which very close from that road which located at 42 Jungmungwangwang-ro. I go there by using rent car because I want to feel drive in the Mysterious Road, so I decide to rent car. Fyi, for you who don't have license, you can take bus to this museum. From Jeju city, take bus no 780 bound for peace street and get off at Jungmun Resort Complex Entrance bus stop. Walk for about 5 minutes to the museum. If you come from Seogwipo city, take a local bus bound for Ilju street and get off at Jungmun Resort Complex Entrance bus stop. Then continue by walk about 5 minutes to the museum.
Alive Museum is a cultural playground, consists of five themes namely - optical illusion art, media art, object art, sculpture art and provence art, where imaginations can be turned into reality. If you love to make funny poses when taking pictures with your friends, then this museum is good for you. After entering the museun, you have to buy ticket. The general admission fee is KRW 11000 per adult. And let the 'magic begins'.
Alive Museum is devided into different exhibits. Using 3D art and different forms of optical illusions, you can appear as if you're part of a painting or doing something impossible, like hanging off the side of the building.
In this museum, you can ride a bull, become a living doll, be an artist's masterpiece and so much more. There is a lot of possibiliyies and a lot of fun! But, if you're not sure about how the trick art picture should look like, there's a helpful example near the painting or exhibit that shows you how to pose.
There's outdoor exhibit where you can pose with giant 3D painting. I think it's more fun for the children.
Then, you can re-enter the museum from the outdoor area, you'll see Provence Village which set up like a little village with dolls. It's bright and cheerful place to take pictures at.
Video by SeongHwa Jung
I you're traveling around Jeju with your friends, go visit Alive Museum and have a blast taking pictures there. But, before you go, here's something you should know: