To get to this Museum one has to take the cable car to the entrance to the N Seoul Tower and the Observation Deck.
This a wonderful spot from which to see the entire city of Seoul and beyond.
This photo was taken through thick glass, so I am sorry that it is not so clear. One does get the impression that Seoul is a city of modern high rises and quite rightly so!
Outside the entrance are several "trees" of locks and messages.
Traditionally couples bring a lock up to this point and write messages of love to each other and then toss the keys away.
There are thousands and thousands of locks and messages. Evidently the authorities have tried to stop this tradition. I thought it rather fun and a little romantic.
There are such delightful scenes. Most of them in Exhibition Hall 1 are scenes of life in the King's Palace.
I loved my visit to this museum and oohed and aahed and took lots of happy snaps. I would love to have visited the other Teddy Bear Museums around Korea but there is a limit to what one can achieve in two weeks!! This Museum is an absolute MUST!