|Outdoor theme park items |
are all made of glass
but no rides available.
The displays at the outdoor are big, majestic and creative. The most interesting piece, as well as intriguing, are the one way toilets. It is more of the naughty thoughts rather than the practical use that make it interesting. From the outside it looks like a see-through toilet, but from the inside it is a one way view from inside out, and it is a functional toilet to boot. At the souvenir shop area, a glass blowing class and a glass art making are in progress but it is off limit to us. We have to make do by just observing through the glass partition. IN the souvenir shop we have to moved about gingerly, else I will be "richer" with some shrapnel pieces of fragile glass in my pocket.This trip had opened my eyes on the beauty of glass art and the many ways it can be used, as well how we can transform to beauty from something that is so abundant around us - sand.
Here are the pictures I took at the outdoor theme park in Glass Art Museum:
Location: 462, Nokchabunjae-ro, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, South Korea.