The Yangsan Dinosaur Cave museum is... a... science? museum in Yangsan. Pete and I ventured there one Saturday.
Dinosaurs greeted us:
Caves are cool. Dinosaurs are cool. This cave was used during the Korean war for something and looks like it was part of the Dharma Initiative.
Inside there were some fossils of things. There were also some minerals, which can still fit with the "Cave" aspect of the museum's name, if not the "Dinosaur" part.
As we walked further into the cave though, the exhibits stopped making sense. There was a room full of interactive paintings like the ones I posted about here. There were some things in jars.
There was a dead chinese man, pickled and divided into one-inch slices in a questionable knockoff of "Body Worlds."
There were three Santa Clause mannequins, one with a saxophone. There was a 3-D Dinosaur movie!
Yeah, that's a pirate back there with the dinosaurs.
Outside, there were pathetic, angry monkeys in cages. And raccoons. And this:
It's a tunnel that rotates around a catwalk. The inside of the tunnel is splattered with blacklight paint, and as it rotates, you feel like you're falling sideways. It's an amazing illusion and probably the most interesting thing at the Yangsan Dinosaur Cave Museum.