Jeju Myths and History Park
Premium multi-purpose leisure and tourist resort
Beginning April 2017, the first premium tourist resort in Jeju will feature family-oriented theme parks, YG Town, a waterpark, the largest retail and F&B facilities in Jeju, a hotel, MICE facilities, and other world-class leisure facilities.
Aside from 20 attractions in 7 zones, themed after the world’s mythologies, the resort will also include spa facilities, the first thematic shopping center in Jeju, and F&B.
▶TEL : 1670-8800
Jeju Aerospace Museum
A place where the dreams of the sky and the universe are brought to life
One of the largest aerospace museums in Asia with 26 actual planes, the Jeju Aerospace Museum offers exhibitions on the ancient astronomical history of the world, space development, Space Age, and the creation of the universe.
Learn to think outside the box with the history and science behind the aerospace ventures of mankind, guided by experts in the field.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 10,000 / Teenagers - KRW 9,000 / Children - KRW 8,000
▶TEL : 064-800-2114
Jeju Aerospace Hotel
A place to start your very own, comfortable journey
In addition to comfortable family-sized rooms, camping/barbeque areas, and summer beach houses next to Gwakji Beach, Jeju Aerospace Hotel offers Oreum Eco Trekking and Gotjawal Ecological Exploration programs.
Hotel Dining Cafe and Restaurant, which features a buffet spread made from local Jeju ingredients and a view of the green tea field, tops off the marvelous experience to be had in the hotel.
▶TEL : 064-798-5500
Jeju O'sulloc Tea Museum
The best place to savor the fragrance of green tea
Situated on Jeju’s largest green tea farm with 1.8 million visitors annually, Jeju O'sulloc Tea Museum offers a unique cultural experience combining the East and the West, as well as tradition and modernity.
Tea classes are held in the “Tea Stone,” which is selected as one of the top 10 buildings in the world in its category, and soapmaking sessions are offered to visitors in the “Innisfree Jeju House.”
▶Entrance fee : Free
▶TEL : 064-794-5312~3
Jeju Glass Castle
A glass castle of fairy tales in nature
The glass theme park modeled after European fairy tales hosts expert performances by 150 glass models.
Glass rose heart, glass garden, glass pyramid, and glass pumpkin field serve as excellent photo spots to remember the trip by.
Visitors can also try their hands in making glass ornaments or dolls in the Glass Artwork Experience Hall.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 11,000 / Teenagers - KRW 9,000 / Children - KRW 8,000
▶TEL : 064-772-7777
Jeju Gotjawal Hwansang Forest
A place for the city’s tired souls
Qualified forest guides bring together the stories of Gotjawal, or the “lung of Jeju,” and the various life forms residing in the untouched forest, in connection with the lives of humans in the island.
Gotjawal is an excellent place to engage the five senses of the body with nature, relieving oneself of the fatigue of daily life.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 5,000 / TeenagersㆍChildren - KRW 4,000
▶TEL : 064-772-2488
A contemplative walk through the beauty of life
Hailed as one of the most beautiful gardens in the world by numerous international press and celebrities, Spirited Garden is one of the most popular gardens in Korea.
The harmonious coexistence of mysterious stone formations, bonsai, and Korean trees is even noted in Chinese textbooks.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 12,000 / Teenagers - KRW 10,000 / Children - KRW7,000
▶TEL : 064-772-3701
A museum of wildflowers from around the world
Bangrimwon is a one-of-a-kind green theme park of wildflowers collected around the world for 30 years.
Visitors can also see the Baekhwa Hill, which is made up of 100 wildflowers native to Korea, and wood carvings and bonsai made from wildflowers.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 7,000 / Teenagers - KRW 6,000 / Children - KRW 5,000
▶TEL : 064-773-0090
Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art
A tourism belt for culture and arts
Opened in September 1, 2007, the Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art hosts permanent, planned, and special exhibitions, as well as art shops, an outdoor performing art hall, an outdoor sculpture garden, and creative studios.
It is a part of West Jeju’s cultural tourism belt, along with the nearby Jeoji Artists' Village, Kim Tschang-Yeul Museum, and Bangrimwon.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 2,000 / Teenagers - KRW 1,000 / Children - KRW 500
▶TEL : 064-710-7804
Kim Tschang-Yeul Museum
Waterdrops as forms of art
The Kim Tschang-Yeul Provincial Museum of Art was built to commemorate the painter Kim Tschang-Yeul, a renowned master of works featuring waterdrops, and to support the exhibition, collection, and research of artworks and other materials.
The museum serves as a focal point of local cultural activities and a meeting point of the locals.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 2,000 / Teenagers - KRW 1,000 / Children - KRW 500
▶TEL : 064-710-4150
Jeoji Artists' Village
A place to savor the culture of Jeju on the Olle Trail
Artists from 15 disciplines in Western art, sculpture, and calligraphy are creating a whole new look for the entire village, while the picturesque Jeoji Oreum at the center of the village is a well-known forest in the region, having been awarded in the “8 Beautiful Forests of Korea” competition by the Korea Forest Service for its lush forest of 20,000 trees of 220 types.
A place to experience the forest of life
The finishing point of Jeju Olle Trail Route 13, one of the most accessible routes in the Olle Trail, Jeoji Oreum is renowned for its beautiful forests, which have won the “Forest of Life Award” in 2005 and the “8 Beautiful Forests of Korea Grand Award (Life Award)” in 2007.
A brisk walk of 45 min takes one to the peak, with a breathtaking view of the Sanbang Mountain, Songak Mountain, Geumak Oreum, and the Biyangdo and Gapado Islands of the Pacific Ocean.
Jeju Peace Museum
A song of peace on a treasure island
Located at the site of the imperialist violence of the Forced Occupation Period, the Jeju Peace Museum offers a valuable insight into the nature of war and peace through the fortifications and artillery sites along the coast.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 6,000 / TeenagersㆍChildren - KRW 4,000
▶TEL : 064-710-8980
Enjoy healing with the five senses
Sanyang Gotjawal stands out among all Gotjawals because of its rolling rock formations and lava formations.
The blackened ground suggests that charcoal was once made here for a living, while marshes, such as “Jorokmul” and “Yeokkwimot,” serve as sources of life in the Gotjawal.
Besides, walking on less-visited Sanyang gotjawal road through the well-preserved dense forest gives people natural healing and relaxation.
An urban park combining nature with modernity
A combination of the word “nori,” or “play” in Korean, and the character for plum blossom, Norimae Park is famous for its Plum Blossom Festival in early spring.
A wide field of flowers and trees along the artificial lake makes it a coveted place for photography.
Visitors have access to other activities like the Tewoo experience in the lake, and high-tech programs like 4-D films and touch-screen exhibitions.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 9,000 / Teenagers - KRW 6,000 / Children - KRW 5,000
▶TEL : 064-792-8211~4
Soingook Theme Park
Korea’s “largest” miniature theme park
Minatures of famous buildings like the Great Wall, the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, the Tower Bridge, and others from 30 countries adorn the theme park along with Jeju stone culture, folk religion, and fossils.
An interesting array of interactive exhibition and culture spaces offer a fun way of interacting with architecture.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 9,000 / Teenagers - KRW 7,000 / Children - KRW 5,000
▶TEL : 064-794-5400
World Car Museum
A message of hope through cars
Hosting Asia’s first and largest private collection of classic cars, the World Car Museum is one of the most famous tourist sites in West Jeju.
A miniature car experience hall that offers driving experiences for both children and adults is one of the various exhibits that make every visit to the World Car Museum truly memorable.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 9,000 / Teenagers·Children - KRW 8,000
▶TEL : 064-792-3000
Hello Kitty Island
A character loved by all
Hello Kitty Island offers a “special day trip of dreams” to the fans of the character.
Visitors can enjoy exhibitions that document the history and culture of the beloved character, while indulging on the merchandise shop and the on-site cafe.
Other attractions include the history hall, the Hello Kitty House, the art center, the 3-D theater, gift shops, and many more.
▶Entrance fee : Adults - KRW 12,000 / Teenagers - KRW 11,000 / Children - KRW 9,000
▶TEL : 064-792-6114