Right in the middle of the busy streets of Hongdae Seoul, this museum is a must-visit attraction, especially if you’re with your partner or groups of friends!
Hilarious, funny drawings and exhibitions await you.
Love Museum – When South Korea shows its kink
Love Museum is the first and only museum in Seoul for adults.
The museum shows the contradiction with the strict history of South Korea in gender issues. It displays artworks, unique pictures, and items related to the subject of love and sex.
- Address: Seogyo Plaza B2, 357-1, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul
- Opening hours: daily 9:00am-9:00pm (last admission 8:00pm)
In addition to the Love museum, there is a Love Land in Jeju Island since 2004.
There are more than 140 statues depicting various poses of sex and stone carvings taking the form of male and female genitalia.
How to get to Love Museum Seoul
You can take a metro and stop at Hongik University Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 9. Then walk straight 150m, cross the road, and turn left onto Hongik-ro Street.
After that, keep going straight 120m, and turn right down the second side street (in between TONYMOLY and Holika Holika)
Continue going 100m, and the Love Museum will be on your right.
Love Museum Seoul entrance ticket
The ticket price for Love Museum is ₩ 8000, but you can get it at ₩ 7,200 if you buy the ticket through Klook.
Please note that your voucher is valid only on the specified date that you chose.
You can redeem the voucher easily for your entry ticket by presenting either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity.
Love Museum Seoul Review
Love Museum is a place that might you blush!
I happened to know about this museum when I visited Tricked Eye & Ice Museum. I then quickly buy my ticket through Klook (just 5 minutes before entering).
The museum didn’t let me down. Although it was quite small, the exhibitions were entertaining and interesting.
The displays were very vivid with sexual objects and paintings.
Honestly, I was quite shocked (and shy at first) when wandering around the museum, even though I’ve been to places like the Red Light District in Amsterdam.
It’s not something you can normally see, especially in Asia, so it was a treat for my friend and me. We enjoyed giggling all the time through kinky exhibitions.
If you love funny and funky stuff, Love Museum is a must-visit on your trip to Seoul, South Korea!
Love Museum Seoul Tips
- If you feel shy to enter, you can request a paper eye mask from the counter.
- Get your camera ready!
- You should go with your partner or friends and have some sexy, fun poses.
- Don’t take your kids! This museum is not for those who are not 18 yet.
- And of course, purchase your tickets on Klook to get a discount.