“Spring” has arrived in the cinematic city of Busan.
Busan Museum of Movies (BOM) is a cinematic experience hall where you can see, feel, and enjoy everything about movies.
Each year, the Busan International Film Festival is held in Busan, a city perfect for filming great movies. Now, it offers a space that allows people to enjoy various experience-based contents related to filming.
The Busan Museum of Movies, classified into various themed experience halls, highlights fun experiences as it helps people understand the history and development process of the Korean movie industry. The program starts with the time-travel train that explains how Busan became a cinematic city in the first place. Each theme has a movie exploration mission to gain hints about the secret to a movie, making visitors express their burning passion for movies.
The cinematic studio, where scenes are filmed using cutting-edge cinematographic techniques and visitors edit the footage themselves, is a highly popular section. At the chroma-key filming studio, people fight with dinosaurs and dodge bullets at the time slice studio. There is no time to be bored once you enter the museum.
If you’ve completed the movie exploration mission, now is the time to verify your knowledge. In the Movie Master Hall, you will take quizzes on your movie knowledge gained at the museum. And your score is…! How fun and exciting!
After enjoying all the elements of the Busan Museum of Movies, move on to the Trick Eye Museum Busan on the second floor.
Each room, decorated with five themes, has walls packed with trick eye murals. The space, which looks illusional when viewed with the naked eye, transforms into a living and mysterious world of adventure through the application. The visitor becomes the protagonist to express a one-of-a-kind trick art.
Experience cinematic imaginations come to life at the Busan Museum of Movies.
Trick Eye Museum Busan, a world of delightful optical illusion.
** Use of Busan Museum of Movies & Trick Eye Museum Busan may be limited due to COVID-19. Please check out the website for information in advance.
Download videos of your experience through the Busan Museum of Movies application (only available inside the museum).
Download the XR Museum app to take moving pictures at the Trick Eye Museum.
Do not bring outside food or pets.