[Jeju’s Museum] O’sulloc Tea Museum

Where People Come to Savor the Tea Culture of Jeju –The O’sulloc Tea Museum

In the southwest region of Jeju is the O’sulloc Tea Museum, which serves as a museum, café, and tea farm. The museum was established by Amore Pacific, Corp. to both harvest their own tea leaves and provide tea and respite for visitors.  

The museum does not charge for admission, but instead sell their products through the café, internet and other distribution networks. 

The museum is especially spacious and has a panoramic view of the proximity.                      Many visitors come to enjoy this museum.

Because the viewing area is comprised of a tea exhibit and a tea house (café),                            the interior of the museum could be toured relatively quickly.

The interior design of the museum is a subtle blend of natural and modern features with an antique emphasis to accentuate the tea culture.


Of the cultural characteristics of East Asia, the one surrounding tea is very substantial.                      The tea culture of Korea is extensive as well.

There is a small replica of the harvesting, processing, and vending of the tea grown in the museum.

The tea and cake sold by the café are slightly pricier than those sold by other cafés, but the unique ambiance draws many visitors daily.

The tea fields are visible from the observatory on the second floor of the museum. There are acres of tea fields beyond visibility.

Unlike other tourist attractions, the O’sulloc Tea Museum is a place of rest and peace in addition to exploration and experience. Be sure to enjoy a soothing cup of tea at the O’sulloc Tea Museum.

 O’sulloc Website: http://www.osullocmall.com/tMuseum.do?method=bbsEventList&tpUpCd=BD07

Address: 1235-3 Seogwang-ri Andeok-myun, Jeju, Jeju-do, South Korea

Phone: 82-64-794-5312

Hours: 9:00 – 18:00

Jeju Tourism Organization Website: http://www.jejutour.go.kr/ , http://www.ijto.or.kr/

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