Dolls and new clothes

The Story about Hujoo doll

Today I’ll show you another doll from my Dollhouse.
This doll came to me about a year ago. She became very happy for her because I created the most beautiful dresses, which later became my main models. I first learned to change wigs and eyes.
Before her, I had no idea how to do it.  And, of course, I had a lot of excitement.


But then it passed, and each new way my Ellie I liked more than the former.
While I was waiting for the arrival of a new guest to the Dollhouse, I began to get acquainted with her in absentia. And here’s what I learned.


Hujoo was invented in Korea in 2005 by designer and head of the company Hujoo — Hyun song Ian. The facial features of the doll repeated the outline of the cat with pointed eyes and plump lips. According to the plan of Jan — Hugo rebellious teenager with a bad character, inherent to this age. His name comes from the English “huge” (huge), in connection with his large head and eyes.


After reading a lot of information on the different doll forums, I learned with horror that these dolls are not very accepted in families BC. As the press writes -” When the line of dolls from Hujoo ABS was first released, the denial in the BJD community has led to the decline in sales, far greater than expected company Hujoo.”.
I find it difficult to understand such an attitude to this dear creature. But the world of dolls is sometimes very cruel. But let’s not be about sad things and get back to Ellie.
That’s what I read about the company Hujoo.

First Hujoo doll debuted in Seoul in 2005. Prototype Hujoo — Mujoo was made of polyurethane resin. This material was very good for clear contours, small details, but too heavy for the big head dolls. Mujoo was more available and less mini-verse original Hujoo. The laboratory, in search of a better material, discovered ABS and upgraded it to the new Hujoo in 2007, which was presented the same year at the world puppet festival in Korea.


My doll came in a line of dolls 11-12 cm in 2011. And this line was called Hujoo baby. In this line there were three option little dollies Ted, Is, and Suve.
Mold my Ellis is Ted. Though the name mold boyish, she is very cute and attractive doll. She has 14 points of articulation and assembled like a traditional BJD doll.


A little later I stumbled upon an amazing article which was written in great detail about my doll.

A huge thank you to Ashley for this information. I hope that the author will not be mad at me if I posted a link to her article.
Sure you will be interested to read it.




In this post, I used an Article about Hujoo on

All dresses can see in my Etsy shop Creativhook.


May 27, 2017 at 4:13 pm

I totally agree with you and do not understand too easy disregard for these beautiful dolls. I love my Hujjo baby and I think its beautiful. Thank you very much for your comment!

Laura J. Underwood
May 23, 2017 at 9:58 pm

I am a lover of Hujoo dolls. I have half a dozen tiny ones, several Jakes and a couple of 44 cm ones…and I even have the Io (60 cm of beauty). I don’t understand the prejudice these beauties face. But I have introduced doll lovers all over to them at conventions, and I keep hoping opinions will change. After all, “resin” dolls are synthetic polyurethane resin, which is a form of “plastic” (I took chemistry, majored in chemistry and I laugh when resin doll owners act like the resin used in BJDs is anything BUT plastic).

That said, I still love Hujoos and some of my favorite ones travel with me without me worrying about them getting damaged.

February 20, 2017 at 8:24 pm

Thank You Ashley. You’re absolutely right. And I think this attitude towards the brand is unacceptable. I love my doll and I am sure that she is very beautiful!

February 20, 2017 at 7:57 pm

Great post! I think it’s a huge shame that the more picky BJD fans put Hujoo’s down. I love that they are ABS. They’re affordable and so much fun to customize!

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