Petite France with Mom

After Nami Island, the shuttle bus took us to Petite France, a teensy amusement park that is supposed to be a sort of French village slash homage to Le Petite Prince. It was cute, but there’s not a whole lot to it.

When we arrived, these two men were putting on a marionette show in the central amphitheater.

There are statues and sculptures all over Petite France of scenes from Le Petite Prince.

These next five photos are all from the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Memorial Hall. I’m quite sure these aren’t the original drawings, but it was fun to look at them nonetheless.

Photos from Saint-Exupéry’s life and military career
An old music box

We popped in to a presentation on music boxes, but since it was all in Korean we didn’t get a whole lot out of it and snuck out after a few minutes.

As usual in Korea, there were plenty of photo zone opportunities:

The buildings were very cute and cheery.

All in all, we had a great day out, but it was a long day and we were happy to get home!

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