Hye-Sung is so excited(!!!) to visit the Jell-O Museum. Which is quite understandable.
Strawberry is the most popular flavor of Jell-O.
Per capita, the US city with the greatest Jell-O consumption is San Francisco.
There is a Bill Cosby shrine. Not pictured is the tv in the corner playing a constant loop of Jell-O commercials; a mixture of Cosby commercials and more vintage black-and-white commercials.
The rare North American coffee-flavored Jell-O. This was sold in the 1930s and was soon discontinued due to its unpopularity. However, coffee Jell-O is still sold and consumed in massive quantities in Japan. Or so the Jell-O Museum docent informed us.
There was an admirable collection of molds. Several of them were in the shape of sea-creatures, such as a lobster and a wide variety of fish.
This bovine monstrosity was in the basement, oddly situated with the exhibit of late 19th-century carriages, right next to the 1912 Cadillac Horseless Carriage. (The Horseless Carriage, by the way, was absolutely terrifying in appearance. I can completely sympathize with the frightened people of yesteryear.)