Attractions

Top Choice Volcano in Seongsan-ri & Sinyang-ri

Seongsan Ilchul-bong

This majestic 182m-high tuff volcano, shaped like a giant punchbowl, is one of Jeju-do's most impressive sights. The forested crater is ringed by jagged rocks, though there’s no lake because the rock is porous. From…
Top Choice Museum in Jeju-si

Jeju April 3 Peace Park

Thoughtful and evocative, this museum chronicles the events that led up to and followed the ‘April 3 Incident’ – a series of island massacres between 1947 and 1954 that resulted in 30,000 deaths and the destruction …
Cave in Eastern Jeju-do

Manjang-gul

Manjang-gul is the main access point to the world’s longest system of lava-tube caves. In total the caves are 7.4km long, with heights between 2m and 23m. In this section you can walk around 1km underground to a 7m-…
Temple in Jungmun Resort & Around

Yakcheon-sa

Although construction of this Buddhist temple was completed in 1997, it is one of Jeju-do’s most impressive buildings. The ornate hall is filled with vibrant murals of scenes from Buddha’s life and teachings. The ma…
Architecture in Seongsan-ri & Sinyang-ri

Phoenix Island

Coachloads of tourists disgorge here daily to view the scenic location that has been featured in several Korean TV dramas and movies. But the real stars of the Seopji-koji Peninsula are two pieces of architecture by…
Museum in Jeju-si

Arario Museum

One of the island's most interesting art projects, Arario has four galleries in renovated buildings in and around the Tapdong area hosting permanent and temporary exhibitions by Korean and international artists. The…
Village in Seongeup Folk Village

Seongeup Folk Village

Give yourself an hour to explore the narrow lanes zigzagging alongside lava rock walls, traditional homes with thatched roofs, more than a few hareubang (old grandfather) statues and the occasional baby black pig. I…
Gallery in Samdal-ri

Kim Young Gap Gallery Dumoak

The reason for pausing at Samdal-ri, a coastal village between Sinyang-ri and Pyoseon beach, is to view the stunning images at this countryside gallery. Kim (1957–2005) was a talented, self-taught photographer who d…
Historic Site in Jeju-si

Jeju Mokgwana

Jeju's administrative centre under the Joseon dynasty, destroyed during Japanese rule, has been reconstructed. The cluster of historical buildings have an austere style that is designed to promote virtue. You can ha…
Park in Jeju-si

Jeju Stone Park

Creating a park dedicated to rocks on a rock-littered island might sound a snooze, but you’ll quickly reassess that opinion after touring this beguiling sculpture park. Three walking trails (between 560m and 970m in…