Poopoo Land
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PaulinKa_traveller
Krakow, Poland109 contributions
Feb 2018 • Family
I think that Poo Poo Land is really funny place, but if you want to go slowly and have fun go there early. Because small kids can be little bit dangerous and tiresome.

Poo poo Land jest naprawde śmiesznym miejscem, ale trzeba tam iść rano.
Written February 19, 2018
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Your P
33 contributions
Mar 2018 • Family
Not sure on how to initially react when I saw this place. It was odd but fun for young kids especially when eveything your child say is “poop”... hahaha! This place was hard to find, I saw it while I was walking around Insadong. The entrance is not bad, the inside is full of rubber poop in different colors and toilet seats. Price $6.
Written September 3, 2018
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Lyndsay M
Austin, TX53 contributions
Jul 2016 • Friends
My friend and I were walking around Insadong, and literally followed little pictures of the pop emjoi on the floor/the sounds of farts into "Poo Poo Land". Most random, unexpected & hilarious place ever. This place is ridiculous and amazing. Seriously - just go. Most fun I have ever had at a "museum".
Written January 28, 2017
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MouseyCrox
Oxford, UK127 contributions
Jul 2019 • Family
We visited on the 25 Jul 19. It’s in a high rise building on one of the floors, it’s signposted everywhere so very easy to find. To get there take line 1 subway from Janggak station exit 3, it’s a three min walk from there. Prices W7,000 each. The children get a quiz sheet with they can fill in all the way round which they loved.

What we enjoyed about this attraction was that every room was a different room which explained the digestive tract, until you get to the poop. There were rooms with bouncy balls, intestines which were like bouncy castle walls That you had to squeeze through. Once you get to the end you can go through a door to do it all again, you don’t feel rushed to leave. My children did the circuit 3 times. They also give you coins that you can throw in a poop wishing well at the end, google translate had us giggling at our fortune. I would say it’s an interesting hour of fun tops, not the three hrs advertised but It was a good, I would recommend.

When you purchase your ticket you can buy a package to enter the running man next door. This looked fun but the queue was massive and it was very energetic, one of our party was sporting a leg injury so we couldn’t participate but we could hear loads of giggles.

I would recommend!

Written July 24, 2019
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youngpeteri
London, UK92 contributions
Sep 2016 • Family
We bought tickets for poopoo land and dynamic maze, nowhere is it stated that kids 3 and under cant enter. And no where is its stated that kids under 130cm cant use the slide. Our kids is 3 and 5, and not old and big enough.
Written September 12, 2016
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foxegurl266
Brussels, Belgium471 contributions
Jul 2016 • Friends
This inexpensive museum is based on your imaginary experience traveling through the human body as, well, poo. That said, the whole museum is educational but also tongue-in-cheek. If you are easily offended or have a limited sense of humor, this museum is not for you.

This museum features lots of interactive areas. You can climb through a rope maze, shimmy through soft cushy pads in the dark, and go down a 70-degree angle slide that shoots you out to a "poo tree" where you can tie your comments about the museum to its branches. There are lots of funny picture taking opportunities. The gift shop offers some fun poo-related souvenirs.

This museum is hidden among one of alleys of Insadong, but well worth a visit if you're in for some fun and a laugh.
Written August 20, 2016
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Margaretllc
Hong Kong, China1,783 contributions
Jul 2019
Poo poo and wee wee are the two of the most intriguing human elements for young children. This museum has a fun approach to explain the mother nature calls. A fantastic educational activity for parents and children!
Written November 24, 2019
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Faraway42
Liberty Hill, TX391 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
If you are easily to offend this is not for you. This is good for weird photo opps and laughs or farts. They have little quizzes but not all are for English speakers. However, it was fun to experience bowel movement or different farts. It is a great indoor activity and for sure something to talk about at home.
Written May 10, 2019
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Ozan Karahan
Krakow, Poland1,523 contributions
Feb 2018 • Family
Enjoyable place for kids. In fact it is quite narrow inside, difficult to move, especially when crowded. However, kids are enjoying. Location is easy to access. Entrance fee should be much less in my opinion, as there is nothing special in terms of fine arts or history, compared with so many and cheap museums in Seoul.
Written February 18, 2018
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Steven T
22 contributions
Sep 2017 • Family
My family went thinking the place would be fun and break from all the historical sites but was disappointed how short and dull it was. There were maybe 3-4 photo worthy spots for laughs without any educational benefit. My 6 and 7 year olds walked away unimpressed...
Written September 4, 2017
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