The Teddy Bear Museum – or Teseum – is a must visit attraction in Jeju. If you’ve seen the Korean drama Goong (Princess Hours), some scenes were filmed here. However, due to time constraints during our tour in Jeju, we decided to skip this museum. Luckily, we found out that there is Teseum in Seoul so we paid a visit.
How to get to Teddy Bear Museum
Take the subway to Dongmyo Station and take exit 6. The entrance to the museum is right beside the station exit.
Adults have to pay KRW 13,000 to enter. We did not pay any fee for my daughter since children below 2 years old are free. We just presented documents as proof of her age (passport).
Inside Teddy Bear Museum
Let us take you on a photowalk inside Teseum
If teddy bears live during the Joseon Era
Bears in dioramas
There are bears doing traditional medicine
Bears in other countries
Under the Sea
When you exit, you’ll find shelves of teddy bear souvenirs, dressed in various costumes. They also have cute teddy keychains.
We had fun exploring Teseum. If you love teddy bears just like us, then you must include this in your itinerary.