Dubbed as Hawaii of Asia, Jeju is an island paradise not only for international tourists but also Koreans love this island so much. Since South Korea waived visas for visitors when they traveling in Jeju if they are not transit in Korea, more and more people have the opportunity to travel to Jeju more easily. So, are you looking for what to do in Jeju for 4 days? Now, let’s check it out our suggested Jeju itinerary 4 days (Jeju island itinerary 4 days, Jeju 4D3N itinerary, Jeju 4 days 3 nights itinerary) on how to spend 4 days in Jeju perfectly from how to get to Jeju, where to eat, best things to do… to find out the best answer. You can refer to adjust, rearrange or change to suit your itinerary.
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4 days in Jeju: How to get to Jeju?
From Vietnam: The cheapest flight from Vietnam is China Southern Airlines (transit in Guangzhou) or China Eastern Airlines (transit in Shanghai), the fare is about 400 USD/round trip. Flight time is about 7-8 hours.
Flying from Seoul, the best choice is Jeju Air: https://www.jejuair.net/ (this airline is free 10 kg of hand baggage + 15 kg checked baggage for all airline fare classes), airline tickets are also quite cheap, about 25 USD/way. In addition, you can refer to Jin Air (https://www.jinair.com/) or want more luxury, choose Korean Air (https://www.koreanair.com/). You will go to Gimpo airport to fly to Jeju.
Traveling from Busan has 2 ways: By plane or by ferry. But we recommend you take a flight, just save time, effort, and save money to playing when self-sufficient traveling in Jeju because actually the air ticket and the ferry ticket is also equivalent (about 30-40 USD).
Jeju island itinerary 4 days: How to get from Jeju Airport to City center
Taxi: Normally, in the morning after arrive at Jeju airport, we will take a tour. If we rent a Taxi Tour, we will appoint the chauffeur to pick up at the airport, take a trip to visit some places and return to the hotel in the afternoon. If you take the Bus Tour to visit Jeju, they will pick you up at the hotel, so you need to take a taxi to the hotel first, then the Bus Tour will pick you up. Taxi fares depend on the hotel area you choose stay. The taxi price from the airport to the residential area is about 35.000 KRW ($29.74)/4-seat car.
Rent a private car: If you go in a group, and have an international driver’s license, you can hire a self-driving car, that’s the funniest way. Freedom of traveling, no time constraint. You can refer to the car rental service of AJ Rental Car (Address: 723 Yongdami-dong, Cheju, Jeju-do, South Korea / Phone: +82 64-726-3322).
You can also make an appointment to pick up your car at the airport, and use it to travel to the hotel, which is very convenient and saving cost effectively.
Limousine Bus: The major hotels in Jeju are usually located on the route that Jeju Airport Limousine Bus 600 passes through, you can preview your hotel map near what big hotel (5 stars) and buy tickets to that hotel. The route, schedule of the bus you can refer here, when getting on the bus, you tell the driver where you want to go, the fare will depending on the length of the journey.
Useful tip for you to take the bus: From Jeju Airport, we take bus number 102 to getting to the hotel. Currently the bus in Jeju has expanded much more to cater to the people and tourists, so the red routes are new routes that enhance to help you traveling more easily. The ticket price from the airport to the center is about 4.000 Won ($3.39), then depending on your hotel location, you can take other buses to getting to your hotel.
4 days in Jeju: Where to stay?
Jeju 4D3N itinerary: Day 1
Taking a flight to Jeju the night before, we decided to just hang out around the convenience store C2U to eat something to warm up and then go back to the hotel to prepare for for the Jeju trip tomorrow.
After pondering, picking up, dropping, choosing places, we decided to go to O’sulloc Tea Museum, Innisfree Jeju House, then take a stroll around the coffee shops: Monsant cafe of GD (G-Dragon (Kwon Ji Yong) – Big Bang band leader) handsome guy and Bomnal cafe where filming the movie Warm & Cozy that make so many hearts of young girls sobbing.
O’sulloc Tea Museum (Seogwipo)
While traveling in Jeju you can skip other places but definitely do not miss O’sulloc Tea Museum, it will be a big regret if you ignore it. This is the place where you can learn all about Korean tea culture and other Asian or Western countries as well. In addition, you can enjoy a variety of different teas and also dishes made from green tea too.
Opening hours: The museum is open at around 9 am, so you can come a little early to visit the tea fields opposite the road to see the scenery, take some beautiful photos and then visit the museum will be better.
Address: 15 Sinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-794-5312
Getting there: Take bus number 701 to Jeju Intercity Terminal, then take bus number 755.
Innisfree Jeju House
O’sulloc’s neighbor is Innisfree’s store is also a worth visiting place. People often go to the O’sulloc museum and then go to Innisfree to eat and sightseeing as well as buy cosmetics.
At Innisfree’s cafe, we not only tried a variety of cosmetics, but also a course of making soap, pour into the molds and create the finished products to bring back.
If eating at O’sulloc is not enough, then you can eat more at Innisfree, the food is both delicious and beautiful. After buy, maybe you just want to take pictures, not to have a heart to eating.
The price of food and drinks here is also quite ok. The average price of a dish or a beverage item is about 7.000 ~ 8.000 Won ($5.94 ~ $6.79). However, the food is delicious and the pictures are very nice, LOL.
Address: 23 Sinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-794-5351
Jeoji Art Village
Playing here until 12 AM, we decided to take a taxi to visit Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art, it costs about 7.000 Won ($5.95). A special thing in Jeju is that we don’t know if it’s because of the large land and the people love the art? But there are countless museums, all kinds, from the air force museum, the contemporary museum, even the kimchi museum !!!
Jeoji Art Village (Jeoji ArtistVille) and the Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art (JMCA) – The contemporary museum we visited is a complex of art houses of artists, including some houses that are featured display artworks, some houses are artists’ houses, look very cool! When entering this area of art museum, you will not have to pay admission fees, however, at the themed exhibition area, you will have to pay about 8.000 Won ($6.80) for a visit.
In addition, you can stroll or sit and chat between the tree-lined campus of the exhibition area.
After 2 hours of wandering in the exhibition area! We eagerly took the taxi to the cafe of GD cute guy.
Address: 35 Jeoji 14-gil, Hangyeong-myeon, Cheju, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-710-7803
Cafe Aewol Monsant – GD coffee
The Monsant (meaning dream) is very true to its name. Located in a strange and unique place in Jeju. To reach the cafe, you will have to stop at the station then walk along the coastline and the cliff for about 20 minutes to reach the cafe. The cafe is owned by GD (G-Dragon (Kwon Ji Yong – Big Bang band leader).