Millions of people, both children and adults, love teddy bears. Doubtless there are millions of teddy bear fans and collectors. Some are so hooked into this ultra popular toy that they wouldn’t mind taking a trip to South Korea’s Jeju Island just to see the Jeju Teddy Bear Museum.
It may come as a delightful surprise to many that such a cutesy museum exists in a volcanic island off the southern coast of the Korean Peninsula. Jeju-do is better known as Korea’s premier honeymoon destination and a place of exotic volcanic rock formations. It is known by research scientists and spelunkers the world over for its volcanic peaks, extinct craters, and long winding lava tubes. [Read more…]