Experience movies from beginning to end
Dong-gu (district) Culture Complex, formerly Busanjin train station, is holding a special exhibition, "Max Dalton: Moments in Film," till Dec. 4. Opening with the beginning of the Busan International Film Festival, the unique display appeals to international and domestic visitors.
Max Dalton: Moments in Film
The exhibition consists of sections of director Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer," "Okja," and "Parasite," as well as Max Dalton's works. Dalton, a global illustrator and graphic artist based in Buenos Aires, is known for his unique use of color, mise-en-scene and participation in the movie "The Grand Budapest Hotel."
The exhibition announces a new edition of the book, "The Wes Anderson Collection: French Dispatch." The space also features an introduction of the exterior image of the Grand Budapest Hotel from the Wes Anderson movie. Additional areas to listen to the related movie theme songs, take photos and sample movies, provide visitors with a dynamic experience for their five senses. Tickets are 10,000 won for adults and Busan residents receive a 20% discount.
Listen to some music at the exhibition.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Closed on Mondays.
How to get there: Busanjin Station (metro line 1), exit 8.
The Busan Museum of Movies
The Busan Museum of Movies (BOM) provides guests with a multitude of the city's history as a movie locale, content, production method, display and program experiences. To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the BOM opening, 14 media artworks by filmmaker Min Byunghun and music video director Kim Youngmin can be found in the exhibition.
The one-of-a-kind museum presents a new attempt at deconstructing the genre of art, thereby blurring the boundaries of photography, film and painting. Standard admission is 10,000 won for adults and Busan residents receive a 30% discount.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Closed on Mondays.
How to get there: Jungang Station (metro line 1), exit 5. Walk about 10 minutes.