Eric Carle English Art Studio

Wonderful Art Class and Creative Playtime for your kids in Apgujeong area

Eric Carle Seoul

Eric Carle and especially his most famous book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” is known worldwide and he is actually also very popular in Korea.

I had a chance to visit his installation in Yoongdang Art Hall and me and my kids were really amazed. The art studio is designed as an art-making and reading program that will be followed by an exhibit of his drawings called “The World of Eric Carle” next month.

Kids Eric Carle Art Studio Seoul

The English Art Studio is a beautiful, colorful and inspiring place divided in three different sections. There is a reading, playing and art-making area. If you want to take a special art class for your child, you’ll have to pay an extra fee.

Eric Carle Seoul reading to kids

Opening Hours:

till 2012.9.9.

Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 6 pm (closed on Monday)

Saturday – Sunday: 10 am – 7 pm

Admission fee:

Adults 10,000 / Children 13,000 won(including the workbook)

Premium art classes (children age 4-10 years ) – 27,000 won.

Eric Carle kids activity Seoul

How to get there:

Apgujeong Station – Line 3, Exit 2. Turn left and walk for 5 minutes. Turn right on the first main intersection and walk for 3 minute in direction of Dosan Park. Yoondang Art Hall will be on your left just before the SK gas station.

Bus – 141, 3011

For more information, call 1577-2046 or follow the link: Eric Carle Korea web.

Eric Carle Studio Seoul Apgujeong

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9 thoughts on “Eric Carle English Art Studio

  1. I couldn’t contact them on the phone or have Access to their website. Do you know whether the place is still working? Sabine

  2. I am the one to thank you. We arrived to Seoul last month and I have just discovered your website and love it. It is very inspiring. I have 3 children of 2, 4 & 6. Till now we loved Seoul Grand Park; skating, karting cycling and feeding the already fat deer in Seoul Forest Park; Of course Lotte World, Pororo Park and Kidzania. The Kids’s cafe in front of Toys are us. And thanks to you the list of things to do seems endless. Thank you again

  3. Hi, I am moving to Seoul for 3 months from July to September and have kids 2 and 4 years old. As husband and I will both be working, can I check if there are any classes that I can send my kids for with my helper during the day for a few hours, or to get a teacher to come home to teach them ( eg art, music, English etc) ? Thanks!

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