This rather comical photo series by Michael Powell & Jürgen Horn was taken in Busan, South Korea at the 'Trick Eye Museum.' As you can see from the photos, it is an optical illusion museum that allows visitors to engage with the pieces displayed, which is quite unusual in comparison to most museums that only let you look.
Powell and Horn went on a world journey and documented their experiences in a blog titled 'For 91 Days.' It highlights bits and pieces of the duo's travel adventures. Many countries often try to offer alluring activities and sight-seeing in order to lure in visitors, which in turn pumps money into the country's economy. The Trick Eye Museum is a great attraction that both young and old would enjoy.
Photo Source: busan.for91days.com
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