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Escape From Daily Life: Shall We Travel?
Yoon Hee-jae  |  heejaeyoon@hanyang.ac.kr
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Price: 10,000 won for adults, 8,000 won for children (Age under 19) on weekdays and 12,000 won for adults, 10,000 won for children on weekends

Opening Hours: 11:00-19:00 from Monday to Sunday (Until December 27)

Location: Ttukseom Museum, Achasan-ro 33, Seongdong-gu, Seoul

 

The longer the COVID-19 pandemic lasts, the more people are longing for guilt-free travel. For those craving a quick escape from daily life free from travel restrictions, the exhibition Shall We Travel? can be the perfect opportunity to both get away and learn about the planet. Starting by getting on an airplane, the visitors walk through a series of different sights from around the world. The first destination takes the visitors on a peaceful vacation. The sound of gentle breezes blowing, calm lighting, and colorful paintings create a sense of joy and tranquility. However, at the next destination, they are shown images of pollution caused by tourists that could permanently harm the environment. The thought of not being able to travel to these beautiful sights again inspires fear in the visitors. In the final section, which is a return to daily life, there is a moment to think about how pollution could possibly become the next restriction on travel even after the COVID-19 comes to an end.

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