Ilsan Lake Park Toilet Museum
Are you having a crappy day? Or are you looking for something crappy to do? Well, the perfect remedy for you is to head to Ilsan Lake Park and enjoy the Toilet Culture Exhibition Hall---aka "The Toilet Museum".
The Toilet Museum? What!?
Yep. Korea has done it again. Korea does not hold back when promoting things that are generally not promoted in western cultures. In this case, they have built a small museum which is very informative about everything regarding toilets.
Are you interested in how an eastern toilet compares to a western toilet? You'll find your answer here.
Are you interested in how toilets have evolved over the years? You'll find your answer here.
Are you interested in seeing a small kid take a crap with an eager dog watching closely? You'll see it here.
From April to October - 9:00 to 6:00
From November to March - 10:00 to 5:00
The museum is closed every Monday, on January 1, Korean New Year, and Chuseok.
How To Get There
- Take subway line 3 to Jeongbalsan Station in Ilsan.
- Go out exit 1 or 2 and walk for about 200 meters.
- Cross the pedestrian bridge that leades into Ilsan Lake Park.
- Ahead of you will be a lake. The toilet museum is directly across the lake from you.
** It is slightly shorter to walk around the lake in a counter-clockwise direction from this point in the park.