Be a filmmaker at Busan Film Experience Museum! Speaking of Busan, one naturally thinks of movies, and the Busan International Film Festival, founded in 1996, has now been more than 20 years old and has become one of the most important film festivals in Korea and even Asia. The Busan International Film Festival is supported and funded by the Busan City Government, the film industry, and the business community. It is held in Busan from September to October every year. In order to allow visitors to experience the wonders of filmmaking at any time, in addition to the International Film Festival, Busan has also built a Busan Film Experience Museum to allow visitors to better participate. The Busan Film Experience Museum is located at the foot of Yongdu Mountain, and you can arrange a visit with Busan Tower. The Busan Film Experience Museum is the first in South Korea. The museum covers an area of more than 11,000 square meters, which is super large and has a number of innovative interactive experience facilities. The handprints of the celebrities on the whole side were strong, which immediately attracted our attention, and we also instantly found the handprints of Tsui Hark and Zhang Yimou. The four screens in the middle are used to scan handprints and signatures for visitors themselves. This is a highly interactive museum. There are many murals and furnishings in the form of comics in the museum, which allow us to integrate and participate in the film perfectly, leaving many interesting images. Here you can not only learn about the history of some movies, but also experience many of the process of film making, such as synthesis technology and green screen cutouts. Let us also be a filmmaker. When entering the park, you will receive this card. All experience items in the museum are experienced by swiping this card.