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Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)

  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)
  • Joanne Bear Museum (조안베어뮤지엄)

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113, Daepo-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
제주특별자치도 서귀포시 대포로 113 (대포동)
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info +82-64-739-1024
Operating Hours
09:00 - 18:00
Admission hours: 08:40-17:40
Open all year round
Length of Tour
Approx. 50 minutes
  • Information

    Joanne Bear Museum located in Jungmun Resort Complex in Seogwipo-si, on Jeju-do Island is a gallery exhibition hall for Joanne Oh, a world-famous teddy bear artist. The museum, which boasts the motto “nature and environmentalism", showcases teddy bears that are made of all-natural materials. The eco-friendly pieces mimic the natural beauty of Jeju Island and give visitors a feeling of comfort and refreshment.

    Joanne Bear Museum features a variety of teddy bears, polar bears, and 'joon bears' that were created based on the character of Bae Yong-joon, a famous Hallyu star. Due to the ‘joon bear’s world-wide acclaim, the museum is frequently visited by many Japanese tourists.

    At the museum, visitors can watch Joanne Oh’s teddy bear making process in person. The museum offers other conveniences as well: a café on the second floor and a backyard garden. Visitors are even permitted to go to the rooftop to enjoy the view. A variety of cultural events are also offered to double your fun. Those who wish to have a ‘joon bear’ of their own may purchase a mini joon at the museum’s souvenir shop.

    Joanne Oh, as a teddy bear artist, has given much thought on her role in saving polar bears from endangerment. As a result, she has designed a family of polar bear teddies and launched a campaign called STPB (Save the Polar Bear). She continues to seek to expand her efforts to preserve nature and help the environment.

    Maximum Occupancy
    500 people

    Industry Information
    Teddy Bear Exhibition & Design

    Exhibition Hall Information
    1F –
    [Exhibition Hall] – History Hall
    Displays natural-dyeing teddy bears and weaving machine, and introduces the history of making teddy bears

    [Exhibition Hall] – Story & Hallyu Hall
    Story Hall shows the meaning of important relationships and introduces Hallyu-character bears

    2 F –
    [Environment Hall & Photo Zone]
    Displays various concepts of giant bears including Polar Bear and Sun Bear under the environmental campaign of “Save The Polar Bear” and offers a spot to take pictures with them

    [Opera Hall]
    Opera Hall offers the chance to meet nine main actors, including Obama Bear, Wedding Bear and more

    3F –
    [Multi Hall]
    Exhibition Hall featuring Joan Bear Family, photo zone, and café

    Main Facilities
    Hall 1 – Mono House
    Hall 2 – Magenta House
    Hall 3 – Marsala House

    Subsidiary Facilities
    * Museum Shop (Joan Bear Museum Design & Designed product)
    * Terrace (Hallasan Mountain & Ocean view)
    * Café (handmade cookies & tea)

    Admission / Participation Fees
    Adults (ages 19 or more) 5,000 won
    Teenagers (ages 13-18) 4,000 won
    Children (ages 4-12) 3,000 won
    * Infants (ages 3 or younger) free admission

    Parking Facilities
    Available (Free)

    Foreign Language Intepretation Services
    Museum explanation (Available in English and Chinese) – Pre-reservation required

    Info. Services for Koreans
    Not available

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