They have porcelain dolls from 1800’s to 1990’s. I just hope they have an English translation for every label that they have as I am very interested to know more about the dolls and I can’t read it because it’s in Korean.
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So many dolls! I want my collection to look just like this place in the future.
Look what I’ve found. A German girl and a googly eyed doll which are probably Kestners. I wanted to take them home!!!
If you like antiques just like me, then you’d really like this place. They have a wide collection of old stuff from 1800’s up to 1980’s. And everything has a touch of European style.
Heard that food here looks really good but tastes blah. It’s better and cheaper to bring food with you. There are a lot of tables outside anyway where you can eat and rest in the middle of your tour.
Eton finished some paper works first before we roamed around the whole place.
Then I tried out some headpieces to match my checkered dress. A red hat, perhaps?
Cafe 2nd floor interior
Having a break at the Fountain Plaza
We also found some interesting furniture just like this umbrella holder and small end table!
Found a fluffy little animal sleeping in one corner too.
1063, Hoban-ro, Cheongpyeong-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do