See art come to life at the Arte Museum in Jeju. Korea’s largest immersive media art exhibition, the Arte Museum takes the word “immersive” very seriously with impactful visuals, sensuous sounds, and elegant fragrances to put you right there in the exhibition displays.
Housed in an old speaker factory, the Arte Museum is over 4600m2 in size and even features a 10-meter high projection wall for its displays.
The artwork follows the theme of Eternal Nature where you’ll get to experience waterfalls, gardens, flowers, waves, the beach, the moon, the jungle, a wormhole, a night safari, stars and magnificent animated European art and Jeju images, all set to a variety of musical genres, through an impressive symphonic mix of sound and colors displayed in their 10 different exhibitions.
Address: 478 Eorimbi-ro, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
'Surreal” is the word that best describes Greem Cafe. Transport yourself into a world of Line Art drawings. The Greem Cafe has some of the most unique themes with everything from furniture to the walls that look like it was pulled out from a graphic novel. All entirely in black and white. A great place to get those Insta-worthy shots!
Located in the Jeju Aerospace Museum (JAM), Greem cafe is also a great place to rest and take a breather from your Jeju Adventure as it is conveniently located near the O’sulloc Tea Museum and fields as well.
Address: 218-beonji Nokchabunjae-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo
Note: Green Cafe is a great place for a coffee break to rest and recharge, but do note that they are not Halal-Certified.
Slow down and go forest bathing at Andol Oreum’s Secret Forest. Previously a private property, Andol Oreum’s Secret Forest opened its doors to the general public recently when the place began to visit the area for its unique and beautiful scenery.
The Secret Forest’s path winds through the area like a park with a lot of things to see while you walk around the Secret Forest. So beautiful in fact that the Secret Forest was also featured in the Korean Drama “When I Was Most Beautiful”.
TIP: It is recommended to take a map at the entrance to avoid getting lost in the forest.
Address: Songdang-ri, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
The white, soft and round characters from Moomin have landed in Jeju! Step into the world of Moomin novels and comic strips at Moominland Jeju - The largest Moomin-themed venue in Korea.
Moominland Jeju is decorated with everything Moomin-related with images, artwork, props, and figures straight out of the Moomin stories to literally bring the visitors to the Moominvalley.
In the Moominvalley, sit around the campfire with Snufkin or even explore the 10-meter high Moominhouse. You might even meet some of your favorite Moomins inside!
Visitors can also learn more and appreciate everything Moomin with the wide range of artworks, stories, and statues all around the exhibition.
Address: 420 Byeongang-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si
Home to alpacas, horses, goats, and much other livestock, Saebyeol Heyyo Farm is the place to visit if you are looking to connect with nature by getting to know animals living in nature. It’s easy to think that you’re in a ranch with its wide-open spaces.
Get up close with the animals as visitors are allowed to feed some of the animals. For those looking for something more, go horseback riding in the grassland in the Saebyeol Heyyo Farm.
The Saebyeol Heyyo Farm is also close to Jeju’s famous volcanic hills, the Saebyeol Oreum. So expect beautiful sceneries around as you explore the farm!
Address: 4554-20, Bongseong-ri, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Meet Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the Peanuts gang in Jeju at the Snoopy Garden. The Snoopy Garden is made up of the Garden House - which features 5 different theme halls, and the Outdoor Garden.
Befriend and follow the gang through 5 different themes along with the themes of Relationship, Daily Life, Relaxation, Happiness, and Dream. Discover and explore the world of Snoopy through the many detailed exhibits in the Garden House!
The Outdoor Garden is a vast area that features 11 different zones which features some classic scenes straight out of Peanuts comics such as the Linus’ Blanket Forest, Charlie Brown’s Baseball Field, and the Pumpkin King’s Pumpkin Patch. A great chance to immerse yourself in the world of Snoopy!
Address: 930 Geumbaekjo-ro, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Relax and take a stroll in Hangyeong-myeon, where you’ll be greeted by the relaxing nature or the place with its beautiful views of nature, the sea, and the lines of windmills all lined up by the coast.
Hangyeong-myeon is situated on the western-most tip of Jeju and this coastal village is definitely a must-visit. Here are some reasons why:
The Sinchang Windmill Coastal Road is an offshore wind farm and a prominent landmark in Jeju. The white windmills line up along the waters and is a great place to view the sunset in Jeju!
You can also view the beautiful sights along the area on the observation deck at the Ecological Experience Center along the coastal road there.
Go forest-bathing in the Hwansang Forest Gotjawal Park. The park boasts a unique ecosystem that has been maintained in its original state. The natural primeval forest is a great place to explore and see various flora and fauna that keep the beautiful forest alive.
Explore the Hwansang Forest Gotjawal Park with a forest-keeper to learn the secrets of the forest on your walk. A great way to end the forest walk is by relaxing at the “Damang”, a foot-bath cafe near the exit!
Address: 594-1, Nokchabunjae-ro, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Sannoru is a place that brings forth tea to the forefront. Tea hasn't been enjoying the same attention and development as coffee culture in recent times. Sannoru aims to change this by bringing tea houses with sophistication and depth.
Experience tea more than just tasting, at Sannoru, they also allow you to experience tea with your other senses as well. A popular place for tea lovers around the world. One great thing about the Sannoru is that it is located in Jeju, one of the three major producers of tea in the world.
Address: 32 Nagwon-ro, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju-si
Note: Sannoru is a great place to rest and recharge while learning about tea, but do note that they are not Halal-Certified.
Bring back a part of Jeju, visit Gern. If you love cats, you’ll love Gern! Gern is a cat-themed souvenir shop run by someone who raised cats for 11 years and the love for cats really shines through in the shop.
Gern has everything and anything about cat-themed trinkets and knick-knacks, truly a haven for cat lovers!
Address: 1, Jungjeong-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do