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Museum DAH: There's A Stunning Digital Art Museum In Busan You Should Visit Next

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Cheng Sim  •  Jul 09, 2020

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There are many awesome reasons why we're excited about visiting Korea again. From exploring the popular filming sites to savouring delicious halal food in Seoul, we always keep coming back for more. If you're planning to travel to Busan someday, there's a brand new attraction that has been on the Instagrammer's radar. Get ready for the stunning digital world of Museum DAH, a new modern art museum situated in Haeundae-gu, Busan! A short walk from Centum City station, the city's latest attraction opened in August 2019 and said to be the one of the largest digital art museums in Korea. Celebrating the beauty of ever-changing media art and digital animation, it's a breeze to navigate your way along the corridor that'll lead you to different spaces complete with mirror ceilings, sit-down props and leaning walls for photos. What's incredible about Museum DAH is the stunning LED display that changes patterns and colours every time, so not one snapshot is the same as your last. There are also several other smaller rooms that allow you to admire the floor-to-ceiling display, and remember to always look up to see the kaleidoscope of colours.  You won't be the only one looking for an incredible snapshot of Museum DAH because the digital art museum is steadily attracting local Instagrammers too. It also has other rooms featuring framed digital paintings of Mona Lisa, Girl with a Pearl Earring, and more.  If you're planning to visit Busan on your next trip to South Korea, make sure to add Museum DAH into your list of must-visit attractions. To inspire your future getaway, check out our one-week Muslim-friendly itinerary to Seoul and Busan! Address: Museum DAH, 20 Centumseo-ro, U-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea Opening hours: Mon-Fri; 10AM-7PM, Sat-Sun; 10AM-8PM Admission fee: KRW18,000 per adult, KRW9,800 per child Facebook | Instagram