The seven Baldwin train look-alike (Lincoln Train) operated in the park were specially ordered and manually manufactured in UK. In the large Gotjawal forest with railway trails, visitors can see a variety of plants, animals, and insects living in the mysterious Gotjawal forests, while touring around by the special train.
The arboretum serves as a wonderful training resource for students and experts alike. It is also a popular themed attraction among tourists. There are 2,722 endangered and rare plants such as the Michelia Compressa and Euchresta Japonica, and the Chloranthus Glaber that only grows at Cheonjiyeon.
Tallest mountain region in the South korea, Hallasan is designated as the country’s major National Park as it is home to wide ranges of flora and fauna. If you are in love with pristine nature and wildlife, visiting this unspoilt natural treasure trove will be one perfect things to do in Jeju City.
The museum is divided into 4 exhibition halls: the Natural History Hall, the Folklore Exhibition HallⅠ, the Folklore Exhibition HallⅡ, and the Outdoor Exhibition. The Natural History Exhibition Hall displays mainly natural historical items such as marine life, soil and rocks, and fauna and flora of Jeju in a three-dimensional way. It gives ...
Jeju Mokgwana is the former central government office where the Joseon Period Magistrate of Jeju presided over political and administrative affairs from 1392 to 1910. Jeju Mokgwana was burned to the ground in 1434 and rebuilt shortly afterward.
Located in Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju Stone Park was inspired by Jeju's history of myth, stone and spirit. The main theme consists of the legend about Seolmundae Halmang (Grandmother Seolmundae) who created Jeju Island and the stones of Obaek Janggun (the Five Hundreds Generals).
Jeju Love Land is a theme sculpture park based on sensuality and eroticism. Twenty artists, mainly graduates of top art school Hongik University, helped open it in November 2004. It was the first such museum in Korea at that time. The spacious park (39,667m²) is home to over 140 sculptures (40 within the gallery and 100 outside).
Nexon Computer Museum is a computer museum located in Jeju City on Jeju Island that exhibits computers, electronic gadgets and retro video games. If you love computers and video games, this is a must-visit museum. Nexon Computer Museum was established by Nexon, which is one of Korea's biggest online game companies.
Jeju Osulloc Tea Museum OSULLOC Tea Museum AmorePacific opened OSULLOC Tea Museum nearby the Seokwang tea fields in Jeju in September 2001 as the first tea museum in Korea aiming to introduce and widespread Korean tea history and its tradition. Putting together the East and the West, and tradition and today, Tea Museum has grown to become a tea museum of the 21st century featuring a variety of spaces including indoor garden, Tea Cup Gallery, and Tea Stone opened in 2013.
Designated as Historic Site No.134, Samseonghyeol is located in the pine forest between Kal Hotel and Jeju Folklore & Natural History Museum. The word “Samseonghyeol” means “three clans' holes”, referring to the three '品' shaped holes in the middle of the forest.
Saryeoni Forest Path is a forest walking trail that starts from Bijarim-ro and goes through Mulchat Oreum Volcanic Cone and Saryeoni Oreum Volcanic Cone. Its starting point is located at National Road No. 1112, which is thick with Japanese cedars.
Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jejudo Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak. The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m high. With the 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater, it looks like a gigantic crown.
Seopjikoji is located at the end of the eastern shore of Jeju Island and boasts a fantastic scenery especially in April when yellow canola flowers are in full bloom. "Seopji" is the old name for the area, and "Koji" is Jeju dialect meaning a sudden bump on land.
Soingook Themepark, where the world grows smaller as Jeju grows larger, is located in a naturally blessed area that is in tune with nature, with Hallasan Mountain in viewing distance to the front and parasitic volcanic cones spread in every direction.
Situated off the eastern coast of Jeju Island, Udo Island was named because it resembles a lying cow. It boasts fertile soil, abundant schools of fish, and scenic sights; local heritages (female divers, stone walls, and stone tombs) as well as natural attractions abound on the island, making it a miniature of Jeju Island.