Time Out says
If you don’t want your children growing up to be indecisive in which professional path they want to dedicate their rest of their life to, well as a parent, maybe it’s a good idea to start inspiring them from a young age. Kid & Keys, located on the basement floor of the Times Square Mall, is like a mini theme park for children to try out a variety of professions. There are 22 rooms, each one focusing on a specific career. Although I’m sure lots of Korean parents would want them to participate in the medical doctor profession, having the parent sign up for a particular course is strictly prohibited. Children, who are given a key when entering the theme park, must choose on their own, line up and register on a digital platform in front of each course station all under their own will. Depending on the course, it could take from 20 to 45 minutes and once done can head to the next profession. From the fashion designer, the police, the news anchor to the farmer, let your child free and learn the disciplines of being themselves!
|Price:||Children 27,000 won, adults 12,000 won|