The Gyeongju Teddy Bear Museum uses the content of the genius scientist Dr. Grant and his family to take the time machine back to the past Gyeongju expedition, through various exhibition formats to make visitors feel a lot of interest and interest. In particular, visitors can easily understand the history and culture of Gyeongju by showing the various appearances of Gyeongju’s dinosaur era and the Silla era.
It's quite interesting inside. There are various cute teddy bears, dinosaurs, dinosaur skeletons and 3D murals, as well as a small 3D movie, and a small 3D movie every half an hour. It is worth playing.
Finally, because there was still time, I went to a teddy bear museum, where the history of teddy bears and the history of Silla are combined in a story-telling way. It is not boring for people to learn knowledge during the visit. Is very interesting. It is also quite creative to make some famous Western statues look like teddy bears. Then I went to New Gyeongju for a tour, which didn't mean much.
There are several teddy bear museums in South Korea. Jeju should be the largest in scale, but you can also visit this one when you come to Gyeongju. It is especially suitable for bringing children. There are various kinds of teddy bears, which is very interesting.