See Jeju Island’s west side attractions in comfort: Bus 820 One-day Pass


Bus 820-1 and 820-2 … Travel conveniently to various west side tourist hot spots safely and inexpensively.

Here’s the map (at present no English version is available, though online versions in Korean are available at,,


As you can see, the 820-1 route goes clockwise, which 820-2 goes counter-clockwise.


Donggwang Transfer Center

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820-1 and 820-2 both depart from the same main bus stop called Donggwang Tansfer Center.


The one-day pass gives you unlimited access to stop at as many sites on the route as you’d like for that day. 

The cost of a day pass for adults (aged 19 or over) is 3,000 won, 13-18 years olds pay 2,000 won, and kids under 13 pay 1,000 won.

Single ride tickets are 1,150 won, 850 won, and 350 won respectively.

Note: You can get to the Transfer Center Bus Stop from the Airport by taking buses 151, 152, or 182.


Bus Stops: Seogwangseo-ri (West Village), Seogwangdong-ro (East Village)

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This is the Andeok-myeon District of Seogwipo City. Here, mandarin orchards are one of the main crops.

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At the East Village stop is a mandarin orange-themed cafe called Neuyeongnayeong Citrus Storehouse. (More info:

It is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Closed Tuesdays).

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At the West Village stop, many farm houses and storehouses line the roads. A few of these have been converted to cafes and souvenir shops. 

“Gyulbat Store” is one such local business. (Instagram:

It is open from noon until 4 p.m.


Bus Stop: Norimae Park

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This theme park offers visitors all the best of Seogwipo’s outdoor wonders. Enjoy the flowers, clean air, and beauty of rural Jeju. (More info:

It is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Bus Stop: Jeoji Oreum Volcanic Cone

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This is where Jeju Olle Walking Trails 14 and 14-1 meet. (More info on route 14-1:, route 14:

Jeoji Oreum is a remarkably round volcanic cone that is completely covered in thick forest. The area is rural, but with a number of local restaurants and small businesses to visit. The food is rustic and authentic. 

There is also an Information Center at the trailhead to Jeoji Oreum.

Bus Stop: Spirited Garden

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Just down the road to the south from the trailhead is a very popular private garden called Spirited Garden. 

It is designed to slow visitors down so they can contemplate nature and life. (More info:

It is open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and tickets are 12,000 won for adults, 10,000 for youths.

We hope you enjoy your whole journey on bus 820-1/-2!

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