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The second hall displays the tools the women used during their diving trips, including goggles and floatation devices. In the third exhibition hall, visitors can get a broader picture of the fishing industry. There’s even a children’s museum on site where kids can play games that simulate what the Haenyeo life is like. Trick Eye Museum. (Flickr, Jirka Matousek) Celebrate trompe l’oeil at this unique museum-meets-fun-house in Seoul. Every piece at the Trick Eye Museum features a mix of 2D and 3D, and all are interactive, so visitors can participate in the artworks themselves. Wonder what it's like to be eaten by a water serpent? Climb onto its back and cower beneath its gaping maw. Dream of sipping tea Alice in Wonderland-style with a white rabbit? Grab the teapot and pour some into the painting. The museum also contains an entire second museum: the Ice Museum , which has the largest ice sculpture collection in Seoul and operates year-round.
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The Zaha Hadid-designed Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul 9. More than half of South Korea is cloaked in forest Beyond the skyscrapers, South Korea boasts a spectacular natural landscape, 64 per cent of which is covered in forest. There are plenty of mountains, including eight that surround the capital. Visitors to this month’s Winter Olympics, in the unassuming ski resort of Pyeongchang, can take in a sleepy backdrop of Buddhist temples and dreamy peaks, such as the imposing Seoraksan which forms part of the backbone of the Korean peninsula’s mountainous landscape. The country also has 2,413 kilometres of seaside, with wide coastal plains to the west and south, and nearly 3,000 small uninhabited islands just offshore. Korean food has been making waves across the globe, with kimchi, among other dishes, popping up on restaurant menus everywhere. It received the official haute cuisine stamp of approval in 2016 when the Michelin Guide launched its first Seoul edition, and there are now 24 Michelin-starred restaurants. Beyond kimchi: How to eat your way around South Korea 11. It’s the breakdancing capital of the world South Korea danced its way onto the world map with ‘Gangnam Style’ back in 2012.
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