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Plump. Chubby. Round. Cute before, cuter still. What more need we say? Comes wrapped in a gummy package. You can't take a bite, but you'll want to anyway.
BT21 Jelly Candy KOYA mini doll
2.4" X 3.8" X 2"
Super soft, squishy, and compact. I wanted to get OT7 but Shooky, RJ, and Mang ran out so fast. ;_____;
I bought all the characters in the Jelly Candy Mini Doll series, and there were some common trends between them. Unsurprisingly, they all shared a similar size (a little taller than a photo card), and came in a bubble mailer. They are also capable of sitting on their own, depending on how their tags bend (or the tags can be cut off). Some unique similarities are that they smell like new books or albums, they have resealable packaging, and that their heads are firmer than their bodies. The heads likely have more stuffing, but, overall, the plushies are soft and well-stuffed. There's not really any resistance when squishing them, and they bounce back to their original shape nicely.
This series fits Koya, since he's a koala bear. Characters taking on a gummy bear shape is cute, but it's even cuter if the character is already a bear of sorts. Koya's fabric is very soft, and all the grains go the same way. His ears are also stuffed, but don't have a soft squish. There are no loose threads nor bad stitching too.
I'd say gummy bear Koya is a good option, if one wants to limit which characters to get from this series.