Grevin Museum Seoul, South Korea – First in Asia!

Grevin, South Korea

The most entertaining wax museum from Paris is now in Korea!

Grevin Museum Seoul opened just last July of this year (2015) and can be found at the Seoul City Hall Euljiro annex government office building.

Grevin has positioned itself as a prevalent cultural institution that connects the past and present by manufacturing and exhibiting wax figures of world renowned personalities and celebrities. From Korean and international stars to historical figures to global politicians to scientists to sports celebrities.

Grevin, South Korea

Grevin Museum Seoul is the very first branch in Asia and is guaranteed to attract local and foreign tourists from neighboring countries. At Grevin Museum Seoul, you will be entertained as well as informed. This museum aims to provide visitors with cultural and phenomenal experiences that transcend time and space.

Grevin, South Korea

Be amazed at Grevin Museum in Seoul, South Korea

Being the best edutainment spot in Korea, visitors can enjoy diverse themes: past and present of Korea, history & culture, Korean wave and K-POP, Paris and Seoul.

Grevin, South Korea
Korea’s Shin Saimdang – painter, poet and calligrapher
Grevin, South Korea
Se Jong – 4th king of Joseon Dynasty.

Grevin, South Korea
Bae Yong-Joon – South Korean Actor

Grevin, South Korea
Korea’s Psy

Grevin, South Korea
Nelson Mandela

Grevin, South Korea
Steve Jobs

Grevin, South Korea
Michael Jordan

Grevin, South Korea
Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Lee, Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein

Grevin, South Korea
Queen Elizabeth II

Grevin, South Korea
Paris Hilton, ET and Steven Spielberg

Grevin Museum Seoul, South Korea
John Lennon, Robert de Niro and Chuckie Dreyfus 😉

Grevin, South Korea
Mahatma Gandhi and Pope Francis

Grevin Museum Seoul

CAFÉ GRÉVINGrevin Museum Seoul

This French style Café Grévin is located at the ground floor of Grevin Museum Seoul. The place will immediately transport you to France without leaving your seat.It offers various menu items inspired by cuisines of the Eastern and Western cultures, as well as local dishes and various desserts. I am most definite that you will find something interesting to satisfy your palate.

Open Dates: 2015.7.30 – Open Run
Ticket Prices:
Adult (19 to 64) 23,000Won
Student (13 to 18) 18,000Won
Child (3 to 12) 15,000Won
Seniors (65 and up) 15,000Won
Children under 3 years old can enter freely when accompanied by his/her parent.
Museum Hours: 10AM – 6PM
(Ticketing and entrance ends at 5PM)

Special thanks to Korea Tourism Organization and AirAsia for making this trip possible.

Contact Details

23 Eulji-ro, Jung-gu,
T: 02 777 4700
F: 02 752 8201


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