Our group decided to check out the Teddy Bear Museum (W9,000 / Php. 337) found inside the N Seoul Tower. This is a must-visit for kids and adults alike. Using really adorable looking teddy bears, this museum will tell you about Seoul's history from the Hanyang of the Joseon Dynasty up until modern-day Seoul.
This was just all at the 1st Exhibition Hall. We later moved on to the 2nd Exhibition Hall where, this time, they presented the different districts of modern Seoul.
The Locks of Love ♥
As we made our way out of the museum, the rest of the group decided to take a break with some snacks. Meanwhile, Paul and I went up to do something cheezy but still meaningful for the both of us. Deep inside, I'm really so thankful that my husband is always game enough to go with my ideas..crazy or not, cheezy or not cheezy, he has always been very supportive.
It was said that this fence symbolizes the everlasting love that a couple shares with one another. ♥ ♥ ♥
There are still a lot more things and attractions to see at the N Seoul Tower. There's the Observatory for one which we were not able to visit as this would cost us another W6,000 if we get this together with the ticket to the Teddy Bear Museum. Then there's the N Grill which is a revolving restaurant located also giving guests an amazing view of the city. I will make sure to include this in our itinerary next time.
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N Seoul Tower is located at San 1-3, Yongsan-dong 2-ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea.