Reviewed by Julie Jessup
Now if I said to you Molang Big Plush Super Soft Piu Piu would you understand what I was talking about? If the answer is No, then you do not know what you are missing. I put my name down to review one and had to look what it was first as I did not have a clue. Well how lucky was I to receive one.
This lovely bright yellow cuddly soft toy arrived resembling a duck and I did not want to put it down. It is so cuddly and squashable I thought I could use this to assist with stress levels. It seriously did make me feel calm. But as I am such a kind nanny I gave it to my granddaughter who instantly fell in love with it. Now Piu Piu has to sit with her listening to stories, he goes to bed with her and she has tea parties with him. My daughter in law was very disappointed as she wanted it! You just cannot please everyone.
Piu Piu is aimed at boys and girls aged 3 plus as well as adults alike and I can see why, I would be so happy to receive this as a gift. I am not usually a soft toy person but it really is the feel of Piu Piu that draws me to it and it is quite cute. You can squash and squeeze it but our darling Piu Piu just bounces back into shape,
It is licensed to Tomy and Jazwares. They have a full collection of feature plush toys, figures and play sets from the Molang episodes. You can purchase so much merchandise for children and adults, the list is endless. So your children can recreate their very own Molang world.
Piu Piu is a baby chick who lives with Molang in their house and they go on awesome adventures together. Piu Piu has an antenna, eyes, beak, little hands that represent feathers. A tail feather and little legs. Molang is a big white rabbit.
Molang is everywhere even having its own Facebook page. The series is very engaging and ideal for children to learn friendships and sportsmanship’s. Molang is affectionate, eccentric, joyful and enthusiastic, whereas Piu Piu is shy and emotional, they are very different in character but have a wonderful unique friendship. A lot of adults would benefit from watching these programmes.
How lovely would it be for your children to watch these programmes whilst having their own super soft Molang and Piu Piu.
Molang was designed by a Korean illustrator named Hye-Ji Yoon. As of 2019 it was shown in 190 countries, this really is impressive. In the U.K. It is shown on Tiny Pop and Cartonito.
I am definitely giving my granddaughter’s squishy new best friend 5/5 stars.
You can purchase this product from Amazon here.