5 Reasons Why Madame Tussauds Singapore is Must-Visit for Every K-Drama Stan
Now you don’t have to travel to Korea to have a selfie with K-drama stars Kim Woo Bin, Bae Suzy, and Song Seung-heon! These Korean celebs are waiting for you at Madame Tussauds Singapore‘s K-Wave zone, the world-famous wax museum’s latest attraction. Getting a K-glamour feel only takes a trip to Sentosa Island’s Imbiah Lookout, where the museum is located.
This addition to the museum opened on January 28, 2021, and promised more wax figures of Korean stars to be displayed later this year. Here’s what to expect when you visit Madame Tussauds Singapore’s K-Wave zone:
1. Truly pretty OOTDs
What better way to adorn the zone K-style than with the traditional interiors of a hanok and lots of cherry blossoms? Every corner of the zone is Instagram-friendly, especially since these sakura trees change colours.
If you can’t fly to Korea just yet to fulfil your #travelgoals, this attraction of Madame Tussauds will do nicely for now. Don’t forget to pose in front of the cherry blossom flower wall with your friends.
2. A chance to “meet” Woo-bin
Kim Woo-bin first started as a runway model, and he took acting classes to get commercial projects. Soon he got into acting full-time for film and TV, making him a big star internationally.
Woo-bin’s wax figure, which was specially brought in from Hong Kong, will be on display for a limited period only, so hurry and take your pictures with him before he leaves!
3. Form a heart with Bae Suzy
Bae Suzy came from the girl group Miss A. She became famous for her role in the Netflix drama series Start-Up. With her pretty face and svelte figure, it’s hardly surprising that Bae Suzy also became a key influencer in beauty and fashion.
Her wax figure has her left hand forming half of a heart so you can pose beside her and complete the heart with her.
4. Get dreamy with Song Seung-heon
Wearing an immaculate white suit, Song Seung-heon’s wax figure is a testament to the museum’s fine job of creating his likeness. The star is known for his roles in the Korean TV series Black and East of Eden. The model and actor also owns a restaurant and talent management agency.
Song Seung-heon’s been in the industry for more than 20 years now and has become the perfect embodiment of the phrase “aged like fine wine”.
5. Meet another set of K-stars every quarter
More Korean hotness is what’s in store for you later on as Madame Tussauds plans to change its wax figures at the K-zone quarterly. This means more selfies and more oppas for you to pose with. You can get in touch with the museum and tell them which stars you want to see next – the K-Zone was actually created in response to fan requests they received over the years, so why not give it a shot?
Each wax figure at Madame Tussauds takes between three to six months to complete and built using more than 200 measurements taken during a sitting with the celebrity. The wax figures’ fantastic likeness to the actual stars made Madame Tussauds the world’s most famous wax attraction.
Aside from the wax figures, don’t forget to check out the other attractions in the museum. Get to know the city’s rich identity and culture at the multi-sensory Spirit of Singapore boat ride and experience the sights and sounds featuring the Merlion and the Singapore F1 Night Race.
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