We headed to the War Memorial of Korea Museum (전쟁기념관) that opened in 1994 to display the various moments in history South Korea had been involved in war. I had heard it was a pretty good one and I was not disappointed. Like everything they do, the Korean War Museum has something for everyone. What other history museum has a free 3D flight simulator and a mini digital shooting range?
And of course it would not be complete without a cute little mascot to attract kids and adults alike. Meet Mudori, the official mascot of the War Memorial of Korea:
“I do not have a particular shape like other things, but I dwell inside the hearts of people all over the world, including you! I can be the largest thing or even the smallest thing in this world. My goal is to concern myself with everything done in the names of peace and love. If you love me, then we can work together for a stronger future!”
You know museums in the US should get mascots. I think more people would definitely go! Looks really cool!