The Tim Burton exhibit is on the last leg of its tour - the grand finale is here in Seoul! It started in New York, went to Melbourne, Toronto, Los Angeles, Paris and now here - saving the best for last! If you haven't seen it you have until April 14th, 2013 before it is wrapped up and shipped back home. I wonder where Mr. Burton keeps all his goodies when they are not on tour. I would LOVE to see his house.
The entrance to the museum - check out the windows.
You know, just for fun.
What movie is he from?
Do you have any idea what the red thing is?
I hate to admit this, but Hubby had to point that out to me.
I'm not sure I would have ever figured that out. I would have just thought is was red weirdness.
He shared many of his childhood drawings, and TONS of napkin drawings! They had his personal drawings set up in themes, couples, men, women, pirates, numbers, aliens and more. I giggled many times at the words he wrote to go with the drawings and many times I thought of my own Boy 2 and how goofy he is when he puts titles with his works of art. Maybe I should start saving all this silly stuff.....you know, just in case he has a collection of his own someday. One that really made me laugh was a picture of something shooting a poodle - the poodles body was split in half and there were brown pieces all over the paper it said (these are most likely not the exact words) "Never shoot a constipated poodle". Bahahaha! Gross I know.
I think I want them for our basement, you know, when we get a basement.
These had nothing to do with the Tim Burton exhibit, this was just a lounging area in the museum! I love Korea.
They are open from 10:00-20:00 (Tue-Fri) / 10:00–18:00 (Weekends, Public Holidays) / Closed Mondays/ and open 10:00 – 22:00 on the 1st-3rd Tuesdays
The cost is W12,000 Adults / W10,000 Teens / W8,000 Children under 12
To get there by subway: Line 2 to City Hall Station exit 2 - turn right at the corner of the palace and follow the palace wall until it ends - at this point you will come to a 't' intersection - you will see The Seoul Museum of Art on your
BUT....just before you turn left to go into the museum, make sure you check out this sweet little family. They crack me up and freak me out all at the same time.
(PS...we met on the 17th of Jan 21 years ago - our first day was about 12 hours later.)