Photoshoot Ready Museums in Korea

Photoshoot Ready Museums in Korea


South Korea is full of photo worthy places to go and things to see. You would think making a spot photogenic is a requirement in Korean architecture and interior design. From cute cafes to outdoor art displays, Korea is full of Instagram-able photo ops. Here's a few museums that definitely stood out amongst the crowd for their unique photoshoot opportunities.



1. Museum Dah

Museum Dah is located in Haeundae, Busan. During my trip to Busan it was raining, but Museum Dah was a great rainy day activity. It's located in walking distance from Centum City Subway stop right outside of Shinsegae Mall.


The museum features digital art and animation. It's full of colorful pieces, modern takes on famous work and PLENTY of places for photoshoots. Museum Dah is one of the biggest digital art museums in Korea and definitely worth visiting. Make sure you have someone ready to take your pictures, make friends when you get there or get that self timer popping ðŸĪŠ

Admission Fee: Adult - 18000ė› (~16USD)

Child - 9800ė› (~9USD)

Check the website for more information: https://www.museumdah.com


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2. Colorpool Museum

The Colorpool Museum is located in a small shopping center in Jongno-gu, Seoul. It's walking distance from both Jonggak and Anguk Station.


The museum is all about the photo ops. There are nine rooms all full of colors and props for your photoshoot. Videos, pictures and boomerangs are all encouraged. Wear something cute and do it for the Gram 🙆ðŸū‍♀ïļ


Admission Fee: Adult - 15000ė› (~14USD)

Child - 12000ė› (~11USD)


Check the website for more information: http://colorpoolmuseum.com

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3. Seosomun Shrine History Museum

The Seosomun Shrine History Museum is located in the Seosomun History Park in Jung-gu, Seoul. It's walking distance from both Chungjeongno and Seoul Station.


The museum is tells the history of Catholicism with interesting exhibits and artwork. There are permanent and temporary exhibitions on display with descriptions in both English and Korean. The museum is has indoor and outdoor components along with places for unique photoshoots. Learn a little history and take some pictures along the way ðŸ“ļ


Admission Fee: FREE

Check the website for more information: https://www.seosomun.org/index.do#5thPage

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