If you’ve ever wanted to plant a kiss on Mona Lisa’s cheek or ride the legendary Pegasus, then South Korea’s trick eye museums are definitely the place to be. Simply put, they feature various well-executed trompe l’oeil (means “deceive the eye”) artworks that either look like they’re popping out of the frame. Continue reading for two videos, more pictures, and additional information.

There several trick eye museums in South Korea, but the three most popular are located in Seoul, Busan and on Jeju Island. Should you not have a smartphone or camera on you, the museums offers digital camera rentals for $9.

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