Udo Island is a small island just 15 minutes by ferry from Jeju Island. Although small but has martial art because this place is charming with vast flower fields, green mountains and poetic trails and picturesque beaches.
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You can easily hire small, eye-catching bicycles or scooters to getting around this dreamy island.
Sangumburi reed fields
Sangumburi is a volcanic area that has stopped, this is the most beautiful steppe of Jeju Island. Those who come to Jeju Island must also visit the reed fields in this steppe because of the ghostly beauty and enchantment of the reed fields under the afternoon sun.
Address: 768 Bijarim-ro, Jochon-eup, Cheju, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-783-9900
O’sulloc tea fields & museum
The girls must have heard the famous cosmetics company Innisfree of Korea, right? Innisfree’s products are completely extracted from natural nourished ingredients in this fresh and poetic Jeju Island. And the green tea fields stretching endlessly of O’sulloc have always been a tourist attraction. Come here to watch the straight green tea beds, take a few photos to blend with nature, pick and make yourself a cup of green tea to satisfy the thirst of summer, nothing is more wonderful.
O’sulloc Museum is the first and largest green tea museum in Korea. The museum opened in September 2001, the whole building has the shape of a cup of green tea. It is a harmonious combination of Western and Eastern cultures and traditions of the past and present. In addition to the history of tea, the museum also showcases ancient Korean tea pot and tools along with cups from around the world, providing lots of interesting information about tea.
You should visit at least three rooms below to see the beauty of the O’Sulloc green tea museum:
+ Tea exhibition room: Here, you will learn about tea culture, from history, how to make tea, how to drink tea of Korea and the world.
+ Exhibit room: Here visitors can see many tea making tools that show the culture and art of a country.
+ Master of Tea Vessels room: More than 30 artworks are displayed here.
Come to the O’Sulloc green tea museum you can buy a lot of gifts made from tea for family and friends as well as enjoy the tea flavor with attractive desserts made from green tea powder such as ice cream, drinks and sweet cakes.
Address: 15 Sinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-794-5312
Cafe Aewol Monsant
Cafe Aewol Monsant in Jeju Island is designed with a lot of transparent glass to create an effect that reflects the landscape of the immense sea and the blue sky creates an infinite resonance. Photos taken at this place have always attracted a lot of favorites from the Instagram network community.
Address: 56-1 Aewolbukseo-gil, Aewol-eup, Cheju, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-799-8900
Teddy Bear Museum
Jeju Teddy Bear Museum is the largest teddy bear museum in the world and has the most types of Teddy bears. The museum was officially opened since 2001, attracting a lot of tourists, especially families with children to visit. Inside the museum, there are two areas, a souvenir shop and a coffee shop displaying most of Teddy bears from different countries around the world.
Inside the historic area, tourists can observe the history of more than 100 years of development of these bears over different periods. Moreover, every corner of the museum is built into a backdrop or story. This is an ideal destination for families and girls and boys to visit.
Address: 2889 Saekdal-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-738-7600
Jeju Olle Trails
The Olle Trail is a hiking trail on Jeju Island, consisting of 21 main routes, 5 secondary routes and a short route connection to Jeju International Airport. The routes have an average length of 16 km and a total of 422 km.
Each route goes through different landscapes such as small villages, beaches, farms and forests … Some routes can see volcanoes, historic sites from ancient times until modern period.
Since its founding in 2007, it has become a major attraction for international tourists with hiking interests.
Jungmun Saekdal Beach
Jungmun Saekdal Beach is probably the most famous beach in Jeju and is also the only multi-color beach created by color sand strips of white, black, gray, red and black of volcano rocks on Jeju Island. Jungmun Beach has a soft sandy beach and the water is so clear that the vegetation below is visible.
The time that many tourists visit is from mid-June to the end of the month. It is also a place for visitors to participate in activities such as swimming, windsurfing and diving.
Address: Saekdal-dong, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, South Korea
Dol hareubang beach
Dol hareubang Beach gives tourists a feeling of relaxing and comfort when they come here. The symbol of this beach is probably the Harubang stone iconic statue (Dol hareubang – Stone Statue of Jejudo Island), the symbol of Jeju Island. It is said that if local want to give birth to a son, they will put their hands on the “Grandpa’s nose”, and if local want to give birth to a daughter, they will put their hands on the “Grandma’s nose”. Many international tourists also come to Jeju and put their hands on the nose of “Grandpa – Grandma” as a wish for a good thing about children.
Iho Tewoo Beach
Coming to Iho Tewoo beach, tourists will admire the wonderful mix of red and yellow sand. The unique horse-shaped lighthouse is increasingly becoming a place to “check-in” of Korean youth as well as international tourists.
Address: 20, Dori-ro, Jeju, Jeju Island 63108, South Korea
Pyoseon is a beach that is not suitable for swimming but it is a beautiful beach with soft, long white sand. Around there are many famous restaurants and cafes you can visit. One interesting thing for tourists is being able to walk on the beach as soon as the tide recedes.
From Pyoseon Beach, with only a 55 km journey to the west you will arrive at Hyeopjae Beach.
Address: Seogwipo, Jeju Island, South Korea
Hyeopjae Beach is known to tourists as one of the most beautiful beaches on Jeju Island. White sand and scallop shells make a special sand color for the beach here.
When the tide is high, the water color suddenly becomes blue and the green of the moss carpet makes the beach magical. When the tide recedes, it is also when the sandy banks and vegetation are revealed to make visitors excited.
Address: 329-10 Hallim-ro, Hallim-eub, Cheju, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-796-6001
Jeongbang Waterfall is a famous waterfall of Jeju Island. The waterfall is 23 m high and very close to the sea. Jeongbang Waterfall is a tourist attraction, it is considered one of the ten greatest scenic wonders of Jeju. Legend says that a dragon is reigning beneath it and the spirit of the dragon contained in the water can cure and bring rain.
Address: 37 Chilsimni-ro214beon-gil, Donghong-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea
Number of drops: 1
Phone: +82 64-733-1530
Cheonjiyeon Waterfall is one of the three most famous waterfalls on Jeju Island, South Korea. It is said that the name Cheonjiyeon means the sky (C’eon) connected to the land (ji). This is one of the main tourist attractions on Jeju Island. It is 22 meters high and 12 meters wide. At the bottom of the waterfall is an artificial pond 20 meters deep, two small dams to help keep the water level, large volcanic rocks forming strips of land that allow tourists to pose for photos before the waterfall.
Address: Cheonji-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju Island, South Korea
Seonimgyo Bridge (Seonim Bridge) is an arch bridge on Jeju Island over the falls. Seonimgyo Bridge is 128 m long, 78 m high, 4 m wide, has 100 guard rails and 34 glowing stone lanterns at night. On the steel columns of the bridge, there are 14 goddesses, 7 on each side with each goddess about 20 m long. All goddesses are playing their own instruments. The goddesses symbolize Korean legends about descendants of seven beautiful goddesses from heaven at night.
Address: 2935-3 Yerae-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do, South Korea
Best places to visit in Jeju: Jeju Love Land
Jeju Love Land is an open-air sculpture park opened in 2004 on Jeju Island in Korea. The theme of the park is sex, images of sex education and there are 140 sculptures representing people. This is a private area for adults to visit.
Address: 2894-72 1100(Cheonbaek)-ro, Yeon-dong, Cheju, Jeju-do, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-712-6988
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