This is the largest botanical garden in Asia, where you can see 2.000 different kinds of rare and subtropical plants. Among them, Victoria Cruziana, the largest Cruziana in the world, is interesting to see.
The sand here, in colors of black, white, red and gray, has a mysterious charm. The beach is steep with high waves so that you can enjoy various marine sports, including windsurfing, water skiing, parasailing, rafting and kayaking.
This is the largest columnar-jointed lava in South Korea and is designated the No. 443 Cultural Monument of Jeju Island. Formed by a lava, this stone pillar, which resembles stairs, boasts the mystery of nature.
As one of the venues for the 2002 World Cup, Jeju World Cup Stadium was praised by media around the world as the most beautiful World Cup Stadiums for its design and backdrops of the blue ocean and Mount Halla.
Enjoy hunting, pistol shooting, clay shooting, rifle shooting, horse-back riding and ATV at Daeyoo Land. The unwinding excitement of driving across open fields and mountains is one of the enjoyments the all-terrain vehicle provides. Enjoy a thrill of driving across the wild field at full speed!
This street holds a geographically significant meaning for many of Lee Jung-Seop's artworks in that he left some of the greatest paintings in the history of Korean modern art during his stay at Seogwipo. With various events, festival, and street concerts, the street is emerging as a center of culture and art.
At this theme park, you can view the living art of Seokbujak, where rocks are covered by moss, plants and fragrant flowers. You can also make your own Seokbujak to take with you.You can see 30,000 basalt rocks and tangerine fields as well.
This is a remodeled cafe that was filmed in a popular Korean movie, "Architecture 101," which is about a first love from 15 years ago. Visit Seoyeon's House and enjoy the cafe's atmosphere filled with romanticism, which will evoke memories of a first love.
This is a maze at 500m above sea level in the pristine foothills of Halla mountain. You can also enjoy green tea tasting at Jeju Dawon. Enjoy the heavenly panorama from the Jeju Dawon plantation, looking down at the breathtaking scenery of tea plantations endlessly fanning out!
Grande Bleu Yacht offers the best, exclusive, luxurious yacht voyage! Travelers can now enjoy high-quality yachting at affordable prices in the southern waters of Jeju Island, thanks to Grande Bleu.
This place offers a resting area for the visitors and serves various Korean foods. Looking out to the sea, it is the perfect place for enjoying the sea view and taste the fantastic harmony of "pajeon (Korean pancakes with welsh)" and "makgeolli (Korean rice wine)".
At this shop, you can meet a vast array of metal art merchandise including wall decor, jewelries, accessories, mirrors, and more. It’s hard to walk past the colorfully painted store without noticing it, decorated in such a way that each item has a chance to shine and hail prospective customers.
The cafe catches the eyes of the pedestrians and travelers for its colorful exterior. The extraordinary atmosphere of this cafe is very popular among foreigners. Visit Cafe MayB, a perfect place to spend any afternoon with Pink Lemonade and Mini Waffle!
This is a number one restaurant that specializes in "Dombae Gogi(Steamed Pork)". Because it opens only at night, the place is always crowded with visitors. You might have to wait in a line for an hour just to taste their food!
The shallow ponds of water created by rocks are perfect for snorkeling at Hwangwuji Haean. There are also 12 caves on this coast, where a sad history lies within this beautiful natural setting. Find out the history behind this coast!
Meet world's extraordinary teddy bears! This museum offers attractions such as famous works of art recreated with teddy bears and and teddy bear's history of more than 100 years. Displayed Teddy bears are handmade by designers with premium goat wool for high quality.
This is a traditional tea shop, where you can smell the fragrance of mild tea as you step inside the room. You'll also like the old, antique Korean style housing of the shop, which evokes a comfortable and cozy atmosphere like your own home.
Two weeks is the amount of time you’ll want to stay at this cafe. On the second floor, you can enjoy an exceptional view of the ocean. This is the perfect place to get away from your daily, busy life and just relax.
This is a cafe perfect for hikers and visitors to stop by and relax while walking an Olle trail. The cafe offers various drinks, such as coffee and organic tea, and snacks as well. Out of all menus, the "Bongja Juice," 100% made out of an orange from Mt. Hallasan, is very popular among the visitors.
The name of this scenic waterfall means a pond that joins sky and land. The trail that leads the way to this waterfall is a popular date route for young lovers. At night times, visitors can enjoy a great view of the lighted waterfall as well.
A deep puddle created by joining of fresh water and seawater, Soesokkak is a hidden attraction that not even many local Jeju residents know about. Take a leisurely ride on a kayak across the clear water of this estuary, a great way to enjoy the area’s magnificent scenery.
This is one of three outstanding scenic waterfalls on Jeju and the only place in South Korea that you can see water cascade straight into the sea. Wear shoes with a good grip so you don't slip on rocks!
This is the largest waterfall of the three major waterfalls on Jeju Island. "Cheonjeyeon", meaning the 'Pond of God,' is named from a legend, in which seven nymphs descended to take a bathe in the pool of Cheonjejyeon Waterfall.
This hotel offers private villas with modern designs that are in harmony with the traditional atmosphere. With a total of seven rooms, a green plaza, a fountain and pond, outdoor Jacuzzi pools and traditional dishes, the hotel provides excellent customized services.
This gallery displays masterpieces by Lee Jung-Seop, painted while he lived on Jeju Island. There are also paintings by famous artists Park Soo-Keun and Lee Ung-No. Make sure to visit Lee's former residence, where he was probably at his happiest, although living in a tiny room.