This is an archaeological and historical museum designed for the 21st century International City. The museum showcases how Jeju's unique history and culture developed. In addition, you can see a variety of artifacts and historical relics that represent the lifestyles of the past.
You can enjoy windsurfing, jet skiing or playing beach volleyball at Iho Taewoo Beach. You can also have fun catching fish! Two lighthouses shaped like red and white horses are additional attractions of this beach.
This is a great place for forest bathing, and it is believed to enhance cardiovascular function and to prevent asthma and tuberculosis. At Jeolmul Natural Recreation Forest, you can also taste mineral water that is thought to be effective in treating stomach disorders.
This street is called a Noodle Street because it is filled with noodle shops. Here, you can taste one of Jeju’s traditional dishes, the "Gogi Guksu", or pork with Japanese-style noodles. Compared to Japanese style noodles, the broth tastes lighter, which captivates the palate of the visitors!
This is the biggest five-day market in Jeju and has approximately 10,000 visitors on weekdays and more than 20,000 visitors on weekends. Food, clothing, daily necessities and a whole lot more can be found here!
This restaurant is famous among the locals, popular for its "Bibim Guksu (Spicy Noodles)" and "Gogi Guksu (Japanese-style noodles with meat)", which tastes clean and light. You will have to wait in a line to taste these noodles, but you won't regret once you eat them.
This theme park has sex as its theme, and is filled with artistic depictions of artful modern sex, portrayed with a sense of humor. Visit this attractive place where art and eroticism meet in cool, fun, humorous styles.
This place offers a special "bingsu (a bowl of shaved ice) called "Halllasan Bingsu" named after Mt. Halla. Just like its name, it is served with a bowl of ice with a hot red bean sauce like a lava inside. Try "Cotton Candy Affogato" as well!
Just like its name, the sunset view is splendid from this cafe. Well-known among the local residents as a cafe without an owner, the cafe is run by charity money donated by visitors. So leave some donations when you leave!
This is the only folklore and natural history museum in Korea, which investigates, researches and exhibits folklore remains and natural historical materials collected across from Jeju.
Visitors can rent boats from this place to go fishing or fish off the seawall. If you pay additional charge, they also offer sashimi with the fish you have caught. Enjoy the gorgeous nightscape of Iho Taewoo Beach, as well as the nighttime fishing!
This is a chic restaurant with a modern interior and diverse menus. Everything inside the restaurant and setting is fabulous and beautiful, matching many of the guests. Open, wood, light, sea. It takes a person outside the world of typical Korean Western restaurants.
This is an indoor museum and theme park, which combines the concepts of ice sculpture and 5D screen. The theme park also features illusion Bucket List 3D Art, where you can take photographs of yourself in the paintings. Immerse yourself in a fun filled adventure in "Sumokwon Theme Park"!
Ecostation offers a fun and exciting experience with Ecarrus, or electric bicycles. Go and enjoy riding Ecarrus on the coastal road of Iho Taewoo Beach!
This is known as Mysterious Road, or Dokkaebi Road, because of an optical illusion created by the surrounding terrain that makes the downward-sloping road appear to rise uphill. Stop the car on this road and leave the gear out, and it will appear to roll uphill!
Yongduam, or Dragon Head Rock, is named as it resembles a dragons' head. Sit on a rock by the ocean and watch the waves surge over Dragon Head Rock, which looks as if the dragon is about to ascend to heaven.
The scenery is especially glorious in April when the park is filled with the fragrance of cherry blossoms but the arboretum is worth visiting in all seasons. Simply stroll with your love between the tress for a pleasant break!
Mt. Hallasan National Park encompassing a broad area around Mount Halla should not be missed on your visit. Selected as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, it is recognized as a valuable heritage site that should be preserved for people around the world.