THINGS TO DO
- Rising skywards from the earth’s crust, volcanic Jeju Island formed around 1.8 million years ago. Known as “The Hawaii of South Korea”, Jeju has become a popular tropical getaway, welcoming guests from over 180 countries with convenient direct flights to major regional cities including Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Visitors can select from a multitude of natural attractions, including pristine beaches, mountains, waterfalls and caves.
- Jeju was acknowledged by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve in 2002, a World Natural Heritage site in 2007 and a Global Geopark in 2010. Jeju’s best-known natural sites include Mount Hallasan Natural Reserve, Geomunoreum Lava Tube System and Seongsan IIchulbong Tuff Cone. Besides its natural wonders, this culturally-rich island has its own language, people, cuisine and customs, giving visitors the opportunity to truly understand this exceptional island.
EXPLORE THE BEST
OF JEJU ISLAND
Good planning makes for a fruitful holiday!
Find out more about Jeju before arriving to maximise your time.
A DESTINATION FOR ALL SEASONS
Jeju Island is a year-round destination, with something new to offer visitors each season.
Experience the peace and healing power of nature on unspoiled Jeju Island.
WORLD HERITAGE SITES
Discover more at one of three UNESCO-awarded attractions.
(Black Pork) Street
Uncover the authentic taste, heart and soul of South Korea.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Excitement, challenge and spectacular views await as you head back to nature.
YOUR DREAM JEJU ISLAND
Live your dream at Jeju Dream Tower – our itinerary planner helps you make the most of every precious moment.
IS YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE
JEJU TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER
- Jeju Welcome Center, 23 Seondeok-ro, Jeju City,
Jeju Special Self-Governing Province 63122,
Republic of Korea.
- +82 64-740-6000