Jeju Island: Oâ€™Sulloc Tea Museum
Jeju Island is an historical tea site where Kim, Cheong-hi (pen name: Ch'usa) grew tea and had a tea life with many other tea lovers. The island has an idealistic climate and excellent geographical conditions for producing good tea.
O'sulloc Tea Museum, located at the entrance of Seogwang Teahouse, is a cultural space and environmentally friendly relaxation area where Western and Eastern tea cultures mix with traditional and modern practices. It is also an educational place where the long history of green tea and Korean tea culture can be understood.
To get there:
About 35 minutes from airport (35 km.)
Airport -> Pyeonghwa-ro (previously Seobu tourist road) -> towards Daejeong at Donggwang sign board -> turn right at Seogwangdong-ri crossroad -> make a right turn at the Seogwangseo-ri three-way junction after the theme park (proceed through the road to Bonsai Art Academy) -> Seogwang horse riding stables -> O'Sulloc Tea Museum
Admission is free. Tea classes must be reserved in advance.