The ravishing mystery of camellia flowers
Even during the wintertime, the sea is as blue as ever. The trees bearing lush green remain unchanged. Where else besides Jeju, would you encounter such a warm scenery during the winter? The biggest advantage of a Jeju trip is that you can be healed by and appreciate nature calmly and when you are not weighed down by your daily routine. Allow yourself to escape from the ash-colored city and its dark and somber winter, and take some time to completely heal in Jeju’s mysterious nature.
Calming beautyThe ravishing mystery of camellia flowersEven during the wintertime, the sea is as blue as ever. The trees bearing lush green remain unchanged. Where else besides Jeju, would you encounter such a warm scenery during the winter? The biggest advantage of a Jeju trip is that you can be healed by and appreciate nature calmly and when you are not weighed down by your daily routine. Allow yourself to escape from the ash-colored city and its dark and somber winter, and take some time to completely heal in Jeju’s mysterious nature.Enchanting Healing ForestCamellia HillThe largest camellia arboretum in Asia, Camellia Hill was built on a 198,347㎡ plot of land in Sangchang-ri, Andeokmyeon with 30 years of passion and love, and shows off Jeju’s nature. Around 250 species of Jeju’s wild plants are on display along with the camellia flower and completes a beautiful and unique landscape. Enjoy the dense forest formed by 6,000 camellia trees of 500 different species, and observe the colorful and diverse camellia flowers such
as those that bloom the earliest, and those that have a nice scent. Feel your heart melt and your dormant passion come back to life as you gaze upon the red camellia flower
blooming in the cold winter.
Address 166, Byungak-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do ㅣ Phone 064-792-0088A dreamy resting area of camellia flowersIlchul LandDue to its name, Ilchul Land can easily mislead you into thinking you may be able to catch a gorgeous sunrise. On the contrary, this is a comprehensive resting area that is unrelated to the sunrise. On a wide strip of land of approximately 165,000㎡, visitors can roam around its subtropical trail, camellia hill, ponds and small waterfalls, cactus house, and other facilities. The camellia hill is a part of the Ilchul Land that you can only see during January and February. No matter what path you choose to take, the camellia flowers will give off a dreamy atmosphere, leaving your heart full of sympathy and nostalgia. Camellia means “I love you more than anyone” in the floral language and is the perfect accompaniment for romantic souls propose to their lover at the beginning of a new year. A much warmer year will unfold itself than any previous years. Meanwhile, the art center provides pottery experience, dyeing experience, and seven treasures industrial arts, all in which visitors can create a small work of art and create unique memories.
Address 4150-30, Jungsangandong-ro Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do ㅣPhone 064-784-2080The air is filled with the scent of camellia flowers
in their full glorySinheung-ri Camellia TownWimiri is one of Jeju’s well-known camellia tree habitats, as well as the habitat situated in Sinheung-ri, Namwon-eup, Seogwiposi, registered as Jeju Local Monument No.27. For those who visit this place during the winter time, an exclamation in awe of the deep scent of fully bloomed camellia flowers on every town corner is a common occurrence. The 300 year old camellia tree habitat also showcases blume trees, camphor trees, mandarin tree, bamboo groves, and three old hackberry trees designated as nurse trees. Many tourists that visit at this time of the year take interest in the sales of various local products made from small-scale camellia oil production as well as a variety of hands-on experiences.
Address Camellia Town Visitor’s Center, 22-1, 531beon-gil, Hansin-ro, Namwon-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Phone 010-8841-1187The harmony of the green forest and camelliaSeonheul-ri Camellia HillCalled Seonheul Gotjawal Camellia Hill, this place is known as the lung of Jeju, and is located in the Gotjawal forest which retains its dark green color all year round. Approximately 10,000 20-something year-old camellia trees form the forest, as they spear upwards into the sky flaunting their attractive red color. Their appearance contrasts with the color of the sky, which makes it all the more beautiful.
We recommend walking along the camellia blossoms that magnificently embroider the last stretch of the winter season, past the Wimi Port and continuing on Soesokkak’s olle path.
Address 77, Dongbaek-ro, Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do ㅣPhone 064-784-9445
Korea's Southernmost Jogye Order Buddhist Temple
Jeju Zooty Club
Wind Surfing, Kite Surfing and Paddle Boarding
Soy candles, diffusers, perfumes, tea lights. Learn more in a one-day class at Miyo Candle
Damgeumung Foot Bath Cafe
Take a healthy and comfortable rest with a foot bath that controls the water temperature with a constant precision of 38-42 degrees!
ATVs, Scooters, Electric Bikes Available for Rent
Spring Dale Golf & Resort
Large Forests of Hinoki Cypress Line the Fairways
AC.lll.T Bowling Alley
A fun bowling alley and pub featuring GD's sensibility.
Haevichi Country Club
A 36-Hole Golf Course on 1.5 km2 of Land
Jeju Olle Course 10-1
An Easy and Aesthetic Trail Around Gapado Island
Gama Oreum Volcanic Cone
Part of Jeju's Painful History
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