2 (Thu) ~ 5 (Sun) June, 2022
Jeju - World Natural Heritage
Jeju is a national biosphere conservation area in 2002, a World Natural Heritage in 2007, and a 2010 World Geological Park Certification. It is the only area in the world that has achieved at the same time. In addition, Jeju has all the themes of the world's natural landscape (islands, volcanoes, waterfalls, beaches, national parks, caves and forests).
UNESCO World Natural Heritage
Take A Hike On The Olle Trail
The famous Olle trail provides the most breathtaking views of the ocean and nature and unfolds the hidden gems of Jeju island. There are 21 hiking trails along the coast, that are all connected into a 425 kilometer trail.
Watch the Sun Rise on Seongsan Ilchulbong
Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak was formed by a volcano eruption over 100,000 years ago, and is one of the most famous places in Korea to view the sun rise. At the peak, there is a crater which is shaped like a gigantic crown, and you can enjoy magnificent views of the ocean that you will not be able to see anywhere else in the world.
Participate in Tea Stone at Osulloc Museum
The Osulloc Tea museum is located on a tea plantation near Mt. Sanbang, and you can take a walk to the nearby tea plantations, take a class on traditional Korean tea etiquette, or just sit back and relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery with fresh tea and a scoop of green tea ice cream.
Find Your Inner K-Pop Star at Play K-Pop
Do you want to meet a K-pop star?
You can at the Jungmun Resort complex near ICC Jeju. At Play Kpop, you can participate in a hologram concert with famous K-pop stars that are more real than life.
Jeju Chusa Hall
the life and art of Chusa Kim Jeong-hui,
a scholar and artist of the Late Joseon Dynasty who was exiled to Jeju Island from 1840 to 1848.
Lee Joong-seop Art Museum
Celebrating a Genius Painter Who Lived in an Unfortunate Age
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