JOANNE INC. Jeju Branch (JoanneBearMuseum)
The person in charge
Kyung Ae Oh
Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, Korea, Jeju-do, Korea (63544)
Joan Oh, A woman who was already attracted attention in the field of teddy bear before the teddy bear was known in Korea.
Teddy Bear is not a writer, but rather the material itself, weaving the fabric itself, dyed with natural dyes
It is a person who shows the world of creative and deep work. The relationship between her and Teddy Bear goes back to 1978.
When I was living in Hong Kong with my husband who works as an overseas branch manager, I enjoyed walking the antique street
She accidentally found a teddy bear at a store. Small and old. The teddy bear has long been a part of her heart.
Joan, who returned to Seoul in 1984, has run a business that produces plush toys for more than a decade.
One day I saw a picture of Gandhi turning a wheel in a book called "The Life of Mahatma Gandhi"
When she came to Hong Kong, she thought of Teddy Bear about 20 years ago.
Joan, who learned to weave in Hans Weaving Studios and left for America in 1995 with his family for full-scale study abroad.
I enrolled at the Brookfield Art Center Weaving class at Cornetique, and studied weaving.