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07 May 2014

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63 Wax Museum Seoul Korea

The first day in Seoul, we visited 63 Wax Museum, the famous waxworks museum in Seoul. It opened in 2008 and is a major attraction among visitors to the building 63 City. 63 Wax Museum is located under the building 63 Building, the tallest building in Seoul, Korea.

Guests can visit the 63 Wax Museum and take a picture with a wax statue consisting of historical figures, including the world-famous musicians such as Schubert, Bach, Beethoven and painters like Salvador Dali, Picasso, Van Gogh and others. Here too there is a wax figure of some famous athletes like David Beckham, Tiger Woods and athletes Korea.

A total of 70 wax statues made by Japanese artists, has 1.5 times larger than actual size to provide more detailed and life looks like in the picture. Here too there is a haunted hallway and it was awful waxwork displays.

There are also wax figures of Hallyu Stars Lee Byung-hun, Choi Ji-woo, Lee Young-ae and Bae Yong-Joon. There are also statues displayed in a few banknotes as well.

63 Wax Museum is tarletak on the building site 63 building, 60 Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul. It is adjacent to the famous Han River in Seoul. For the funds, you can take Subway line 5 to Yeouinaru Stn. Exit # 4. 15 min walk.

Free shuttle buses are also offered from nearby subway stations. Shuttle Bus Schedule (available in Korean):
☞ From Yeouido Station (Line 5 Sybway)
☞ From Yeouinaru Station (Subway Line 5)
☞ From Setgang Station (Subway Line 9)
☞ From Debang Station (Subway Line 1)

Pass entrance to 63 Wax Museum
You can choose a pass signed by a combination Location Main Attractions in the 63 Building
BIG 3 (Sky Art, Sea World and the Wax Museum)
Adults (19 and over): 32,000 won ($ 100) / Children (3-18): 27,000 won (RM85)

BIG 4 (Sky Art, Sea World, IMAX Theatre, Wax Museum)
Adults (19 and over): 38,000 won (RM120) / Children (3-18): 33,000 won (RM105)

Annual Pass for all four locations in Building 63: 70,000 won (RM220)