This Is What The Official “Hotel Del Luna” Exhibition Looks Like, Including The Merchandise For Sale
Previously in April, it was announced that the epic drama from tvN would be hosting its very own exhibition in June. The exhibition has since then opened to a roaring success. With the merchandise list being revealed just last week, many have been visiting the exhibition to get their hands on some official goods.
The exhibition is held at the M Contemporary Museum in Seoul, and has been open since the first week of June. Various paintings of the iconic scenes in the drama are on display, along with select lines from the script.
Entire sets have also been relocated to the museum, including iconic sets such as the famed hotel reception lobby where guests check in.
You can also take a visit to Jang Man Wol’s study, although sadly, the missus herself is absent. You can even sit at her desk for a feel of what life would’ve been like as the hotel’s boss!
As IU popularized the retro style of costumes, what Koreans call kyeongsung euibok, such dresses are available on loan for you to don while taking a commemorative photo.
Each set location is available as a photo spot, fully set up with ring lights at your disposal.
Although they could not move the entire facade of the hotel into the exhibition, as it is a real building in Mokpo, they recreated the famed neon sign and red brick wall.
Snap a selfie while sitting on Jang Man Wol’s throne!
A VR experience is also available, where you will instantly be transported to the magical hotel.
Goods have also been released online, for those unable to make it down to the spot itself. Silverpost pin badges of Jang Man Wol come in a set of three.
Drink out of a mug imprinted with the magnificent facade of the hotel every morning.
Fancy some cosplay? They’re also selling Jang Man Wol’s foldable fan.
For students, there’s a pencil case with the Hotel Del Luna logo in a trendy holographic material.
Your tote bag takes on an extravagant twist with velvet material and a lucky bag design. It is also embroidered with a motif of the moon and Jang Man Wol.
For those into stationary, there are deco sticker sets available.
Remember those paintings on display? They are available in a box set of postcards too.
The exhibition is on until early October, for those that are in the position to visit. Sadly, there has yet to be news of any re-opening or extensions.