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Full Day Tour 1 [Jeju Culture Tour]
Tour Code FT-1
Date & Time 09:00 – 17:00, July 11, 13, 15
Itinerary Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel → Jeju Stone Park → Seongeup Folk Village → Lunch →
Jeolmul Natural Forest Resort → Jeju Horse Pastureland → Gwaneumsa Temple →
Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel
Price KRW 70,000
Jeju Stone Park is an ecological and cultural park that displays the history of stone culture pivotal to the history
and culture of Jeju Island. Following the exhibition pathway, visitors will find stone sculptures such as Grandmother Seolmundae and Five Hundred Generals and traditional local thatched-roof houses amidst the forest.

Seongeup Folk Village
The entire village, which preserves the living site of the people of old Jeju, has been designated as an Important Folklore Cultural Heritage. Though it can be considered a folk village of sorts, it differs from regular folk villages in that people still live in it to this day. The village residents act as volunteer guides to offer visitors all sorts of information. The Saw-leaf Zelkova and Japanese hackberry in the center of the village are worth taking time to see.

Jeju Jeolmul Natural Recreation Forest in Jeju Island is located northeast of Hallasan Mountain. Jeolmuloreum is famous for its beautiful Japanese cedar forest. Jeolmuloreum is about 697m high above the sea level and created by volcanic activity. The peak of Jeolmuloreum boasts amazing view. It is even possible, during the clear weather, to see Ilchulbong Sacred Mountain.

Jeju Horse Pastureland was chosen as one of the Ten Scenic Sights of Yeongju. The vast grassland of the horse pastureland is also known as one of the top ten must-see sites in Jejudo Island. People call it Gosumokma, which means a peaceful view of horses grazing and running around a vast meadow. You can see 130 Jeju Horses, which are designated as Natural Monument 347, in the horse pastureland from April to November. The total size of the horse pastureland is 909,635㎡, which makes it four times bigger than Yeouido Island Plaza. What is unique about this land is that it belongs to the Cultural Heritage.

Gwaneumsa Temple is located at the foot of the foot of the northeast side of Mt. Halla in Ara-dong in Jeju City. There are many tourist spots near the temple such as a wooden seated Buddhist goddess statue that was designated a tanglible cultural asset of Jeju-do in 1999.

Full Day Tour 2 [UNESCO Geo-park Tour]
Tour Code FT-2
Date & Time 09:00 – 18:00, July 12, 14, 16
Itinerary Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel → Mt. SongAk → O'sulloc Green Tea Museum → Lunch →
The Spirited Garden → Suwol Peak → Hyeopjae Beach → Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel
Price KRW 75,000
Mt. Songak is a simple volcano on Jeju Island which has double craters and a parasitic volcano. From Sanyisu-dong to the summit and ridge of Mt. Songak there are various trails along the coast and on the volcano. Mt. Songak is one part of olle road route 10.

At the O’sulloc Green Tea Museum, not only can visitors enjoy unique o’sulloc teas, but they can relax next to the lotus pond in the indoor garden. The second floor of the building has an observatory, so visitors can enjoy the views of the nearby green tea fields and the surrounding landscape.

The Spirited Garden
is one of the major tourist attraction sites on Jeju Island and listed as one of “the most beautiful gardens in the world,” is set to open its long-awaited “Secret Garden.” Also, it’s a place where you can relax and meditate while communing with nature.

is the island's western most spot. As such, it provides an excellent view of sunsets. Locals say that on a clear day you can see China. However, the days just never seem to be quite clear enough when tourists are around.

Hyeopjae Beach
is one of the popular beaches in Jeju island.