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At ARARIO MUSEUM TAPDONG CINEMA, unique art works of various artists (including Ugo Rondinone, Kohei Nawa, Andy Warhol and more) will be displayed all throughout the 1st to 5th floor. Super-sized arts which requires complicated installation such as...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
14, Tapdong-ro, Jeju, Jeju Island 63165, South Korea
I bought a ticket which included access to all 3 museum buildings for 16 000 won. The museums are within walking distance of one another. A map as well as an audio guide is available.
The "abandoned" buildings gave it an eerie feel that I...More
Art is the expression of an idea. Good art is a clear expression of of hopefully a strong idea. I love how both present themselves in the context of apparently underwhelming, repurposed setting. Please come, visit and give it enough time!
you should read the story of this museum.
it comes to live cos there is a dream.
it has a sharp appearance, a vibrant red exterior, in jeju when comparing with those surrounding buildings.
the art pieces in the museum is nice but i do...More
Fabulous collection of contemporary art. Interesting installations and sculptures. Worth visiting. Some important artists shown. I love that Sth Korea has really good contemporary art to view. There are also other exhibition spaces included in the ticket. Amazing really.
The owner of the museum is an artist himself and one of the most important collectors in the world. I was totally taken away with many of the artworks and with the location itself(specially the Bike-Shop and the Cinema). One of my reasons for traveling...More
Overrated and overpriced. The show we've seen was okay but overall the place feels creepy, and the kitschy toilets are no exception.. Still, for being a little different regarding the design and the architecture, it's worth the visit once. The surrounding are is interesting, it...More
This is a contemporary art museum by the seafront in Jeju city, showcasing a private collection in a disused cinema and an old bikeshop.
There are many varied exhibits from China to Germany, Korea to France.
we especially liked a music and light show by...More