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Mr. Toilet House

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Mr. Toilet House

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463 Imok-dong, Jangan-gu, Suwon, Gyeonggi-do South Korea
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Sungkyunkwan UniversitySeoul Metropolitan Subway28 min
UiwangSeoul Metropolitan Subway33 min
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Korea Virtual Tour from Suwon, PEACEFUL Borders KTourTOP10
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Korea Virtual Tour from Suwon, PEACEFUL Borders KTourTOP10

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Instantly teleporting you to South Korea right now! <br><br>South Korea has many more beautiful spots to visit other than Seoul. Go on an online tour with local experts in the region. Enjoy a true virtual tour to Suwon in your room. Take a peek at the hidden photo zones and restaurants that only locals know in Suwon.<br><br>Suwon is a city with UNESCO Cultural Heritage Suwon Hwaseong that served as a defensive fortress and protected the country. In this tour, you can find out the great walking path to the fortress border as well as additional tips on visiting the famous chicken street!<br><br>'KTourTOP10' series consists of 10 most recommended tour themes and tour areas in South Korea. Search 'KtourTOP10' to see the whole tour series!<br><br>- A virtual tour with real-time communication with a local guide will make you think you are on a real trip <br>- All participants are provided with tips on traveling in Suwon (in a PDF file) which will be useful for future trips <br>- Each tour is in Korean Timezone (KST)
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Lucas wrote a review Nov 2019
Bologna, Italy144 contributions111 helpful votes
No fee. A park on poops and toilet during the old days. The only problem is the location, not close to the other suwon attractions.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Amy H wrote a review Jul 2019
Pyeongtaek, South Korea250 contributions37 helpful votes
I found this such an interesting place. I read a little of the life of the man behind it and I think that helps with perspective. My young kids loved it, especially the kids museum/exhibit on the second floor of the cultural center across the street.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Orange_Sakura wrote a review May 2019
Brighton, United Kingdom180 contributions124 helpful votes
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Ok, maybe I have the mentality of a toddler, but this place was brilliant! I took my 3 year old, who absolutely loved it. It’s in two parts - one is the house with the history, and some activities that are more aimed at kids of 5+, and the other is a children’s activity zone across the road in the cultural centre which is brilliant for kids from 18 months up. The activity zone was definitely my son’s favourite bit - whoopee cushion chairs, a cartoon, a ball game of ‘digestion’ a slide into a toilet, etc, but there’s also fun information for older kids - what foods make our poo different consistencies, models of the poop of different animals etc The museum itself is really interesting - good information about toilet habits and history around the world, as well as the history of the owner (who was instrumental in initiating better public hygiene, as well as making ‘prettier’ public toilets, and contributing toilet knowledge to developing countries). There’s a sculpture garden with snigger-worthy statues, but interesting explanations. Definitely worth the easy hour-long trip from Seoul!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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PwrdbyM C wrote a review Jan 2019
OKC, OK10 contributions4 helpful votes
I’m glad this place is free otherwise I’d be upset. There is really nothing to see inside; it amounts to a few exhibits about the history of plumbing and sanitation. There’s a kids play area upstairs. The outside artwork is fairly humorous and you’ll have fun taking pics or posing. This museum is connected to an organization that promotes sanitary infrastructure worldwide so that is admirable. I wouldn’t make a special trip just to attend this place, if you’re already close by make a stop.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Daz wrote a review Nov 2018
4 contributions1 helpful vote
It’s really small... photos online make it look huge. Passed by as we were nearby for a few hours, but there’s nothing really interesting about it. Son enjoyed taking a couple of photos with giant poop, but didn’t complain when I said we’re leaving. At least it’s free though..... certainly not worth going out of your way to visit.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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