I’ll have to tell you, I was impressed. I don’t remember ever being to a wax museum before. After all, there never seemed to be much appeal in seeing statues of a bunch of famous people. You’re there to look at the wax, and ooh and ahh at how lifelike/waxlike everything appears.
Each scene has a written description of the scene in English, Korean, Chinese and Japanese. The reading is brief enough that you get a good idea of the history without having to spend more than a minute reading – great for those like me who get a bit restless in museums.
The photographs throughout the museum are beautiful depictions of past and present scenes of
The museum has also produced a documentary interviewing some of the local survivors of World War II. It’s playing in the reception area, and is worth seeing.
For local residents, the admission price is about the cost of a movie. If you are looking for a family outing, a place to take the kids on the weekend, an educational trip for your classroom, or a place to take a date, the