Seoul Science Center, a Place of Learning With Your Hands and Body, Giving Rise to Even More Questions
Scientists are not weirdoes. They are ordinary people who live their lives just like other people. If there is any difference at all, it may be that they experience failure every day. They experiment ceaselessly, as if intentionally trying to look for failures.
Scientists fail every day. They fail to formulate a hypothesis, fail to observe and experiment, and fail to analyze data and write papers. For all their failures, they may succeed only once in a blue moon. As a result, they may only contribute a small building block of information to science. However, a huge tower of science can be built once all of these pieces of information are piled up.
Seoul Science Center is not a science museum, and there are no extraordinary exhibition materials.
Seoul Science Center takes learning seriously and does not say, "Science is easy! It is exciting and fun!" Science is difficult and boring. Nevertheless, science is worth learning.
The most important thing for you to remember when visiting Seoul Science Center is that you need to actually DO science. Science cannot be done in your head. You must learn by using your hands and body.
Science is not some huge thing that you can only do if you are a professional scientist; it is something you can DO right where you are at, right now. Please share with us what it is that you want to do.
The Seoul Science Center is not content with simply satisfying your curiosity. We want you to leave the Seoul Science Center with more questions than you had when you came.
Because, after all, science begins with doubts and questions.