Sponsored by the Korea Tourism Organization and Goyang City, the exhibition, which runs until August 19th, has been described by organizers as a mixture of K-Pop with magic art to create a new form of hallyu contents.
The pieces on display use the Trompe-L'Oeil or "trick eye" technique which turns two-dimensional pictures into 3D illusions. Visitors will be able to take pictures that really makes them look like they're standing with their favorite stars.
The exhibition has three different zones; Star, Theme and Special. The Star Zone will feature over 110 pictures of top K-Pop stars such as TVXQ, Super Junior, F(x), Wonder Girls, 2PM, Kara, CNBLUE, Beast, Baek Ji-young and more, divided into different clusters. The Special Zone will feature artworks inspired by K-pop stars created by ten famous pop artists including Marie Kim, Charles Jang, Artnom, The Jack etc.
Organizers talked about a terminally ill 15-year-old girl in America who wanted to meet her favorite K-Pop stars like SHINee and Super Junior. Her story had gathered a lot of attention about K-Pop around the world and organizers added hope that the exhibition will provide a fun experience and also touch the hearts of K-pop fans in Korea and around the world. [Yonhap]
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