The Littlest Dictator has been running us ragged ever since we got here so we thought it’s time for us to take her to what they call here in Korea ‘Kids Cafe’, which in this case turned out to be a huge awesome play area for toddlers and young kids.
33 Se Sil-ro, Busan, South Korea.
Take exit 3 from the Jangsan Metro station and keep walking forward. You’ll eventually see a colourful sign with cartoon buses. That’s the one!
Contact number 703-5556. Most of it is similar to what can be found on this blog post I found but for a different outlet ( and a much better review too!): Tayo Kid Cafe – For the Younger Crowd
Open daily from 10:00am – 8:00pm, it’s 12k won for two hours but apparently if you sign up for a membership, it’s only 8k won though I haven’t verified this yet.
We went there close to 5pm, and they were closing that day at 6pm for maintenance so we only spent an hour there.
Wasn’t planning on doing a review so this one’s going to be a bit sparse and I’ll let the pictures do the talking. Will definitely be returning and hopefully I’ll be able to prepare a more thorough review.
It’s got a large – what do you call it? – an obstacle course for the kids, with big bouncy trampolines (which she absolutely loved!), and a ball bit and all kinds of things she could climb over and under and through.
There was also a little track running under and through the obstacle course where you could manually ride in and drive miniature buses on every 15 mins. I liked this waaay too much!
There was a little room with play kitchens and lego blocks and dolls (which frankly were a little creepy 😂 ).
If watching cartoons is more up your alley, there’s a room for that too.
As for the toys, there are all sorts that cater to infants and toddlers and young kids.
We had an awesome time and will definitely be returning.
Apparently we were overcharged. Since they were closing at 6 on that day and we’d arrived at 5, I was open to paying the minimum 2-hr cost.
Pretty normal back in Singapore for you to pay the minimum amount, so long as you knew you’d be spending less time.
My mother-in-law said that this is not the case in Korea, and that we should’ve been charged only half the cost.
Also, I wasn’t told about the membership options which kind of annoys me.
Lastly, some of the toys were broken, which kind of takes away from the experience.
It was pretty fun, and we had an awesome time. I’ll sort out the overcharging and membership issues next time we’re there, and yes, we’ll definitely be returning. The Littlest Dictator was NOT happy about leaving!