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Reviewed May 10, 2013

Description of the various teddy bears on display are in korean. You can only take photos and look at it without understanding about it

Date of experience: April 2013
Thank HappiT
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Reviewed May 8, 2013

believe there is another teddy bear museum in the area which offers a slightly different experience, the teddy bears are special along with the LV bear which is termed the most expensive bear in the world. tried looking for the world's oldest teddy but cant seem to find it as appeared in the TV show. the organisation/directory can be better~!

Date of experience: April 2013
Thank Ralph_Teo
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Reviewed April 26, 2013

Expected the place to be bigger. Only reason we went here was to kill some time before heading to the airport. Could have gone to the Ripley's museum instead which was just across the road. As expected, lots of teddy bears in the museum. Only interesting part was the history section. They had teddy bears from as old as 1905 on display. The bears were still kept in good condition.

Date of experience: April 2013
Thank sher1208
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Reviewed April 17, 2013

Having just visited the newly opened Teddy Bear Museum in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China (by the same group), this original museum in Jeju was a little underwhelming, even for a solid teddy bear fan like me. Unlike those in Chengdu, I didn't appreciate the fact that all teddies in Jeju were enclosed in glass cases. Impossible to take a decent pic with them!

There was a good collection of antique bears. Great for a collector like myself.

Also there was the supposedly most expensive teddy bears in the world. The LV bear and the diamond bear.

For sale of their Elvis bears I believe, there was a small theater on the second floor showing 4 mins Elvis teddy concert every quarter of the hour. Perhaps I went at a later hour (5pm), I was the only one in the theater.

Appreciate that the museum is opened till 8pm in the evening, so it's great as a quick destination pre or post dinner, if you are staying or hanging around the Jungmum Resort Area. The museum was located right next to Lotte Hotel.

There was a Lotteria on the ground floor but it was closed during my visit.

An attractive and well stocked teddy store on the ground floor too, unlike its sad and sparse Chengdu cousin. Happy that there were some collector grade Korean handmade teddies for sale. Their house brand "so-called" limited edition replica made-in-China white Alfred bear (real limited edition would come with serial numbers) came in a nice copycat Steiff look alike gift box and a photo with a Korean prince. At only USD 35, it's great as a souvenir/gift!

I like the outdoor park area. Great for kids to run around.

Overall not a very big place. Whole place would take about an hour.

Date of experience: April 2013
Thank Fiona L
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Reviewed April 17, 2013

The Teddy Bear museum is near other attractions in Seogwipo. Opposite is the Believe it or Not Museum. If you have watched the korean drama Goong (The Palace or Princess Hours) , this place place is probably something you would like to visit. I like teddy bears and it's fun to look into all those dressed up teddy bears.

Date of experience: April 2013
Thank janey_bei
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