Art In Island was founded by South Korean businessman Yun Jae Kyoung with the initial exhibits completed within four months by 14 Korean visual artists. It opened in November 2014.

Art In Island is housed within a two-storey building covering a space of 3,800 square meters and is marketed as the “biggest 3D museum in Asia”, with over 200 masterpieces, including reproduction of works of masters, animals, Egyptian ruins and others that relies on an optical illusion which causes the two-dimensional works to be perceived as “3D”. Visitors are encouraged to photograph themselves to become “part” of the works’ composition.

The museum has many different zones, with the Masterpiece Zone including famous paintings from around the world such as Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night”, Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”, “The Scream” by Edvard Munch, etc.; Underwater Zone is aquatic adventures; Animal Zone is a journey to explore the jungle; The Christmas Zone is like bringing visitors into the wonderland of Santa Claus; Religious Zone is works based on religion and Fantasy Zones are magical and mysterious walls.

According to and Wikipedia