Whether The Martian has reignited your space-fantasies or you’ve been dreaming of being an astronaut ever since you were a kid, this exhibition will take you out of your world. With real rockets from the Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Space Camp, you’ll get a chance to see vehicles that have traveled to outer space (the Apollo Command Module from 1964, the first stage engine of the 1962 Titan 1) and various astronaut outfits. Not only can you learn about aerodynamics, space travel and the history of NASA, you can try the zero gravity machine that NASA uses in order to train its astronauts. There’s also a children’s play area near the cafeteria and a photo zone where you can take photos as if you were in outer space. This exhibition may be an hour away from Seoul, but it’s a heck of a lot closer than Mars.