Poopoo Land is an interactive museum. An inflated labyrinth and obstacle course, the Dynamic Digestion Maze—lets you experience the digestion process firsthand, and the poo playground lets kids get out all their wiggles. Poopoo Land also is home to many poo-themed photo opportunities, such as 3D optical illusions that make you appear to be sliding into a toilet or riding on a floating poo carpet.
The popularity of the museum means it can get busy, so book a skip-the-line admission ticket to avoid having to wait in line on the day.
Things to Know Before You Go
Visitors must keep belongings in a locker at the entrance of Poopoo Land.
Attractions such as the Dynamic Digestion Maze make it difficult to explore Poopoo Land in a wheelchair or with a stroller.
Wear pants and sneakers to enjoy the active nature of the museum.
Children under the age of three are eligible for discounted entry to Poopoo Land.
How to Get There
Poopoo Land is located on the basement floor of the SM Duty Free Building, which is within walking distance of Jonggak and Anguk metro stations, serviced by lines 1 and 3 respectively.
When to Get There
Poopoo Land is open year round from 10am to 8pm, with last entry at 7pm. Korean school holidays see the biggest crowds, so try to visit midweek outside of those times. Most visitors find that around 45 minutes is sufficient time to enjoy all that Poopoo Land has to offer.
More Wacky Attractions in Seoul
The capital of South Korea is renowned throughout Asia for its unusual attractions. The city is home to a range of novelty cafés, some of which are inhabited by tame racoons, and a Love Museum that explores the history of sex.
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