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[Korea] Teddy Bear Museum Opens in N Seoul Tower at Mt. Namsan

Teddy Bear Museum Opens in N Seoul Tower at Mt. Namsan


The Teddy Bear Museum, which exhibits numerous adorable teddy bears, has opened in N Seoul Tower at Mt. Namsan. This is the third such museum after those located in Jeju and Paju Heyri.

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The museum in N Seoul Tower narrates with teddy bears the past, present, and future of Seoul. There is a history gallery and a special gallery where a teddy bear is dressed as a king of Joseon Dynasty (1392~1910) and also shows a wide variety of early images of Seoul in the old days. The museum also features models of major Seoul tourist attractions, such as the Cheonggyecheon Stream, Myeongdong, Insadong, and Dongdaemun, allowing foreign travelers to see at a glance what Seoul has to offer.

Opening hours are from 10 am to 10 pm and the admission fee is 8,000 won for adults, 6,000 won for teenagers, and 5,000 won for children. A ticket package combining the museum and N Seoul Tower Observatory is also offered.

Teddy Bear Museum Opens in N Seoul Tower at Mt. Namsan

<Visitor Information>
○ Place: Teddy Bear Museum N Seoul Tower
○ Hours: 10:00 – 22:00 (Last admission: 21:00)
○ Admission
- Teddy Bear Museum
Adult (19+) 8,000 won / Teenager (14~18) 6,000 won / Children (13 or less) 4,000 won
- Observatory Package (Teddy Bear Museum + N Seoul Tower Observatory)
Adult (19+) 12,000 won / Teenager (14~18) 8,000 won / Children (13 or less) 6,000 won
○ Transportation: Click here (English)
○ Website: Click here (Korean)
○ Tel: +82-2-3789-8488 (Korean) / Korea Travel Phone: +82-2-1330 (English, Chinese, Japanese)
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Date 12/09/2008