On Wednesday, we went to the Keungido Art Museum at school. All of my classmates were excited because it was our first field trip eating lunch outside the school. (The school food is yucky!) And we went there on the subway! It was my first subway ride in our town because it’s newly made in fall last year. It was very clean. So I enjoyed the ride.
When we got there, we were stunned because we were there a year ago. But thankfully, the program was different. And it was a lot more fun. It was finding statues and answering the questions. In fact, it was more like a playing time. I liked the statue of Don Quixote. It looked silly as it was described in the books!
After the program, it was lunch time! I brought a sandwich and tomatoes. And I shared it with my friends. After I finished, I played a game called love balls because the teacher said I could. I played with others, too. It was good. By the way we didn’t have recess today.
Anyway, after lunch, we headed upstairs and just watched the paintings on the wall, canvas, LED arts and others. What I liked the most is the drawing of the cute Egyptian gods. I liked it because you become pious in front of the painting of the gods. But this makes you feel like you want to have them as a pet. It makes you feel comfortable, too.
I think today’s art was the best because there were other things like sculptures, LEDs and others.
If I have time, I wish I could go again. I haven’t seen it closely, and it’s free, too.