Meaning Dragon Head because it resembles a dragon jumping into the ocean with its head high, Yongmeori Seashore or coast is made of a sandstone bed that has piled up for millions of years. You can also find Haenyeo (women divers) before your eyes.
Right next to Hyeopjae Beach, it is a hidden treasure where the gentle and emerald water makes it seem almost like a paradise. It's a beach where you can just relax and truly appreciate the sun, sand and water.
This is one of the favorite beaches of Jeju residents. The best thing about Gwakji Beach is the open air spring water baths that you can enjoy after your ocean swim.
World's biggest horse-themed park. You can ride horse at a state-of-the-art facility or watch a spectacular horse riding show about the legend of Jumong who created the Goguryeo Kingdom.
Located inside the Jeoji Artist Village, Jeju Museum of Contemporary Art exhibits modern paintings and sculptures. There's also a sculpture outdoor park where you can take a stroll and look around.
A private art museum by Korean sculptor Choi Gi Won, Cho Gye being his pen name. Enjoy seeing art sculptures created by Cho Gye for free. There's also a cafe inside the gallery.
Located not far away from Hyeopjae and Geumneung Beach, this observatory and cafe offers a magnificent view of Jeju's west coast. A great place to enjoy a moment of coffee or tea and watch the crystal clear blue ocean.
This is another self-served cafe without an owner. Covered in white, anyone is free to enter and enjoy tea, beer or ice cream and leave money as much as you want. The owner has opened up an organic pizza place right next to the coffee shop.
This is a self-served cafe where there's no owner. Don't be confused! You just need to make your own coffee, pay and clean your place before you leave. Cafe Sanchek also offers a great view of Jeju's west coast sea.
Run by a Korean movie director Jang Seon Woo, Mulgogi Cafe, meaning Fish Cafe, offers a great view of Mount Halla and Brother Island. Warehouse style lights, hardwood floors and log tables make you feel like home. The Forest Berry and Honey Bush Garden teas are exceptional and highly recommended.
Sulloc is a famous green tea brand in Korea and O'sulloc museum is a cafe and museum where you can learn, experience and taste all about the sulloc green tea. There's also a huge green tea plantation which allures the visitors with its fresh green tea odor.
It is one of the most popular and renowned beaches on Jeju Island. The white sand beach has extra fine sand mixed with shells that glitters with silver, and the emerald-colored water is crystal clear.
Comprised of little gardens, lava caves and a folk village, Hallim Park is one of the tourist spots in Jeju Island. If you want to see Jeju's tropical plants, stones and gardens, Hallim Park is the place to visit.
Located right next to O'sulloc Museum, you can experience making organic soap out of natural ingredients from Jeju Island, purchase Innisfree cosmetic items and taste Jeju special dessert, food and drinks.