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 length) snake past outdoor exhibits, ranging from replicas of the original 47 dolharubang (grandfather rocks) to an enchanting forest with hundreds of dongjasok (pairs of stone tomb guardians).

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1. Sangumburi

3.12 MILES

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2. Jeju April 3 Peace Park

3.36 MILES

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…

3. Saryeoni Forest


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4. Samyang Beach

6.38 MILES

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5. Jeju City Hall

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6. Jeju Folklore & Natural History Museum

8.01 MILES

Wide-ranging eco-museum with exhibits on Jeju-do’s varied geological features, including volcanic bombs, lava tubes and trace fossils. Other highlights…

7. Manjang-gul

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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…