Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Korea Trip - Day 5 Part 3










This is the post on what we did in the N Seoul Tower. N Seoul Tower is situated in the Namsan Mountain. You can have more information of this tower here.

We purchased the tickets for both entries of Teddy Bear Museum and observatory.

We tried on this portrait machine .

Not cheap but it was a good and new experience for the kids.


The great panoramic views of the city.

The kids with the souvenirs coin machine.

Towers of the world.


The Teddy Bear Museum N Seoul Tower shows exhibits that chronicle the history history of Seoul from past to present through the use of teddy bears. It is an amusing and innovative way for visitors to see how Seoul has changed and developed over time both as the capital of Korea and as an international city. Teddy bears are posed in scenes recreating historic events as well as various aspects of Seoul life.

The entrance.


The kids love this museum.

Melissa likes all the teddy bears till she could not stop herself from taking pictures of all the teddy bears.




















Did I tell you the teddy bears can move actually??



Locks of Love at N Seoul Tower. Behind them is
the fence with thousands of locks have been hung to represent the love of their owners. The keys for the locks are often thrown away as an ensurance the sweethearts’ vows to never separate.

At this point of time, Yan Yan already dead tired. She made a big fuss while I wanted to buy some souvenirs at the teddy bear souvenirs shop. My BIL was so kind to drag all the kids out so I can have a peaceful of time to buy some memorable gifts.

16 comments:

Small Kucing said...

teddy bear museum reminds me of the movie A Night In The Museum

Hayley said...

No wonder the kids love the museum... so many cute bears bears~

wenn said...

i must revisit Korea!

ChloeRuoyi said...

I actually hate history but if got cute bears like this, I don't mind reading a bit here and there hehe...

eugene said...

I am sure the children were the ones who were the happiest,just look at the smiles,they say it all.

And i am sure you love and passion is to travel and to tag the children along..........

take care now ya

mNhL said...

teddy bear museum is something very special.

Alice Phua said...

Whoa...seeing this post makes me wanna visit the Teddy Bear Museum one day.

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Mummy Moon, glad to see you in Korea not Japan.
Really enjoyed your well taken pics here.
Bet the kids had a great time.
Nothing like travelling to broaden their outlook.
Have fun.
Lee.

Mummy Gwen said...

Wow...Teddy Bear Museum? Gwen would love to go there. :) So adorable.

Alice Law said...

Teddies, sure my boy will love it if he got to see it now!

Sheoh Yan said...

The teddy bear museum reminds me of the Palace Hours (Gong) Korean dramas.

アンゼエリン said...

This bear museum remind me of the one in "Gung" Korean Drama...I'm not sure is this the one...

Merryn said...

so cute! I wanna go to Teddy Bear museum too!!!

アンゼエリン said...

Is this the bear museum which i seen in the "Gung" korean movie?

Mummy Moon said...

Angeline, I don't know about the Gung Korean drama wor...

Mummy to QiQi said...

those bears look so cute!!!! din know Korea is such a fun country to visit ler...