Busan is the second largest city in South Korea after Seoul. Busan is known for its beautiful beaches such as Gwangalli beach, hot springs, nature reserves and events such as the city’s renowned international film festival held during fall each year. However Busan has many other activities you can enjoy besides the beautiful beaches. If you are a person who likes museums and arts, then Busan has many interesting museums to visit.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Busan(MOCA Busan)
The Museum of Contemporary Art Busan(MOCA Busan) is a Busan-based public art museum which focuses on contemporary art and is located on beautiful Eulsukdo Island known for its diversity of birds and lovely reeds. MOCA Busan aim is to introduce a new trend in the arts, focusing on contemporary art including new media art. The issues of nature and ecosystem are also top priorities, since they are closely related to the geographical environment of the art museum and the future of the humankind.
GoEun Museum of Photography
Busan is a city that has faced the dynamic era of Korea squarely. It is also the first place to adopt photography and is a gateway open to the world where diverse cultures mingle with energy. Through GoEun Museum of Photography’s Annual Project multiple faces of Busan are discovered by skilled Korean photographers which will be more than simple function objects documentation. They became the jewels of Korean photography while contributing to expansion of historical and cultural spectrums in the area.
Busan Museum of movies
If you are a person who enjoy movies and museums in general. Then this Busan museum of movies is for you. The exhibition halls feature the history of movies and cutting-edge cinema technologies, a music section with movie soundtracks, a book section with novels that films originated from, a cinema academy, BIFF zone and a VR theater. Visitors can experience cutting-edge technologies for filming, film production, and post-production, including filming a time slice shot, chroma keying and dubbing.