After a meal with our zip-lining crew, we visited the theme park,
Maze Land, which is located northeast region of Jeju.
The main attractions of this establishment are expansive labyrinths.
A maze park is quite simply a large maze for people to traverse through.
Stationed at the entrance of Maze Land is a map of a maze in the shape of a hareubang.
A guide will provide visitors with a map to help them navigate their way through the mazes.
An interesting feature of Maze Land is that the symbolic hareubang maze has walls that are stacked with stones to 1.8m high.
Also, adorning each maze are figurines of Jeju’s myths.
Other than the stone maze are the wind maze and a woman maze with wooden walls.
▲ Maze Land Entrance
▲ Our Supporters studying the map
▲ Some R&R
Within Maze Land is a café for refreshments and rest.
Once you enter a maze, you get the impression of circling the same spot.
It’s an enjoyable challenge if there are others to do it with.
▲ Participants looking for the way out
▲ Sculptures in the maze
▲ Map of the Maze
After completing one maze, participants could enter another.
Also there is an elevated platform to see other participants going through the maze. Those who are on the platform tend to shout instructions to those struggling in the maze.
▲ Taking pictures on the platform
▲ Stone maze
▲ Observation platform
▲ Map of the Stone Maze
▲ Participants looking for the exit
▲ A maze
The stone maze is more complicated than the other two.
Of course, the challenge is part of the fun.
▲ Supporters ringing the bell
At the end of a maze is a bell for participants to toll.
It adds to the sense of completion.
▲ Maze Museum
After the three mazes, there is a museum.
There are quite a few things to see in the museum.
▲ Lake at the Maze Land
This concludes our tourism investigation with our Jeju Online Supporters
Duration: 1-2 hours
Maze Land hours: 8:40am – 6:30pm
Address: 3322 Pyeongde-ri Gujwa-eup Jeju, Jeju-do, South Korea