Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Bingsu

Sweet, sweet bingsu. I can’t get enough of it! There are tons of flavors to choose from as the summer hits Korea so there is really something for everyone. Sadly my Seoul bingsu tour is ending as the cold weather hits! Most of the cafes are phasing out their bingsu options until next summer but you can always go to actual bingsu cafes to satisfy your craving during the cold months. I’m eating it as much as I can before it’s gone! Most recently, I tried the Milk Tea Snow Blossom bingsu from Chloris Tea and Coffee.

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Storefront

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Sign

If you are a fan of milk tea you will definitely love this one. I was pretty psyched because I love milk tea! Since Chloris Tea and Coffee is a teahouse they use a really good quality milk tea to make it. It tastes really fresh and had a natural tea flavor that isn’t overpowering. It was really good! If you love tea, you definitely have to try any of their tea options. You won’t be disappointed!

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom Interior

Chloris Milk Tea Snow Blossom

For flavored bingsu, this one can’t be beat. It’s definitely one of my favorite ones and it can easily be found in major areas of Seoul. There is one on the main street of Hongdae and there is one in Gangnam as well. FYI, the same bingsu in Gangnam was more expensive for some reason.

Q: Have you ever tried bingsu?

To get to Chloris Tea and Coffee (Hongdae), take the subway to Hongik University Station and go straight out of exit 9. Turn left at the first major intersection and cross to the other side of the street. Walk straight towards Hongik University and Chloris Tea and Coffee will be on your right !

Trick Eye Museum Hongdae

I have to admit that I’m not the biggest fans of museums. I’m just not a fan of browsing for hours and reading information plaques. Every once in awhile, you stumble upon a museum that actually makes you want to visit! The Trick Eye Museum in Hongdae is a different kind of museum experience with artwork that gives a 3D effect. It’s a selfie lover’s dream!

Trick Eye Museum Sign
Trick Eye Museum Upside Down Room

Trick Eye Museum Bike with Wings

The Trick Eye Museum is really easy to get to as it’s quite close to exit 9 of Hongik University Station. The ticket price is a little steep at 15,000 but they frequently have special ticket prices for foreigners. They have steep discount tickets on Korean shopping websites like TMON occasionally, too.

I actually printed out a discount ticket but ended up forgetting to bring it with me. I just mentioned the discount and the employee still gave it to me so I think they are very easy-going. They recently opened an Ice Museum inside of the Trick Eye Museum so you can get a combo ticket for one price too.

Trick Eye Museum Dragon
Trick Eye Museum Huge Fish Mouth

Trick Eye Museum Standing on a Log

Make no mistake, everyone comes here for the pictures. All of the artwork is set up so you can take an interesting picture. Some of them can get really fun and look more realistic than you would think!

Even if you want to take a picture with everyone in your group, have no fear because employees are lurking around just to help you with this problem. :) Most of the staff can speak enough English and I even heard some of them speaking Japanese and Chinese. They must get a lot of tourists!

Trick Eye Museum Huge Sushi
Trick Eye Museum Levitating

I had a lot of fun posing with all of the art. I went during the weekend so it was really crowded! I spent a lot of time waiting for a turn to pose with certain pictures. Other than that, it was a fun thing to do with my hubby and we laughed a lot at how crazy we looked!

Q: Would you visit a 3D art museum like the Trick Eye Museum?

To get to the Trick Eye Museum, go to Hongik University Station and go straight out of Exit 9. Turn left on the first intersection corner (there is a TGIF) then turn right down the small street with a Holika Holika store. The Trick Eye Museum will be on your right!

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