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The Ultimate Guide to Korean Gift Ideas for Children

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The Ultimate Guide to Korean Gift Ideas for Children

Finding stores in Australia that stock Korean Children's books and gifts can be difficult and time consuming. Many turn to having items posted directly from families and friends in Korea but delivery can be both slow and costly. 

There are a number of hard to find Korean boutiques in Australia that sell beautiful products for children. Here, we've sussed out all the best boutiques and listed our favourite Korean children's gifts available to be purchased in Australia. They include quality items made in Korea, or items that help children learn Korean that will be sure to please any child. 

Here are some of our favourite picks:

 

1. Summer Bird Dress ( 1 - 4yrs old)

Why we love them:

This sweet little dress from Korean brand Arim Closet makes for the perfect Christmas gift as the light cotton fabric is suitable for our hot Australian summers. We just love the pastel coloured bird print and winged sleeves and there is also a zip closure making it easy to put on and take off. 

Haru Hana also sells a variety of clothes and accessories for both girls and boys, along with homewares and personal care items. 

Purchase at:

https://www.haruhana.com.au/collections/girl-dresses/products/summer-bird-dress-1-4yrs-old

2. Silicone Bear Mini Bowl - with lid (Made in Korea)

Why we love them:

When it comes to preparing food for babies and toddlers, choosing tupperware that is both practical and easy to clean can save precious time in the kitchen. We love that this Silione Bear Mini Bowl comes with a lid which means you can refigerate or freeze food in the bowl without having to find seperate tupperware containers. As a bonus, they're also microwave and dishwasher safe!

There is also an adorable matching tray, bowl and cup that you can buy along side the mini bowl. 

Purchase at:

https://www.haruhana.com.au/collections/eat/products/silicone-bear-bowl-with-lid-made-in-korea

3. Korean Language Wooden Blocks

Why we love them:

These beautiful, handcrafted blocks help babies and toddlers become familiar with Hangul as they build towers and run their fingers over the debossed characters. On one side, there is also a word constuction grid to help teach children how to create words using Hangul.

We love that they are printed with non-toxic mouth safe inks, making them safe for young babies to play with. 

Purchase at:

https://thetoyworkshop.com.au/shop/multi-language-wooden-blocks-uncle-goose/

4. Picture Books from Korean Authors

Gifting a Korean picture book is a great way to help young children learn Hangul and create a life-long love of reading. Korean books at Little Dunya Books are also written by Korean authors and feature Korean culture such as local food, cities and traditions which help young Korean children living away from their country connect with their Korean roots. 

We love that these books are also handpicked for their high quality which means that these books can be cherished for life. 

Purchase at:

https://littledunyabooks.com.au/collections/korean

5. Anggo Cappucino Set (Made in Korea)

Why we love them: 

We love this waffle cotton top and short set for it's lightweight material that is perfect for hot summers in Australia. With it's minimalist and modern unisex design, this outfit can be handed down in the family to boys or girls. 

Anggo is a Korean brand that makes high quality, super stylish clothing for children that have lovely details and textures. 

Purchase at:

https://elvisandstormy.com.au/collections/spring-summer/products/anggo-cappucino-set

6. Clothing from JooJooBeBe 

Why we love them: 

This is a melbourne based Instagram store that imports children's Korean clothes, socks and shoes that are of high quality. The majority of their items need to be pre-ordered with a shipping time of approximately 8 weeks. 

You can order brands such as Oottbebe. Lime & Blue, Anne Shirley and Aladin Kids. 

Purchase at:  

https://www.instagram.com/joojoobebe_/

 

Happy Shopping!

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