For more information on closures during the COVID-19 crisis, you can call or chat with the Jeju Tourist Information Center during regular business hours. They’ll be happy to check your itinerary and help with advice.
– International Peace Center: Feb. 25 to March 2
– Jeju Museum of Art: Feb. 25 to March 2
– Museum of Contemporary Art: Feb. 25 to TBD
– Kim Tschang Yeul Museum: Feb. 25 to TBD
– Hallasan National Park Exhibition Hall: Feb. 24 to TBD
– Jeju Starlight Nuri Park: Feb. 25 to March 2
– Lee Joong Seop Museum of Art: Feb. 25 to March 2
– Gidang Art Museum: Feb. 25 to March 2
– Soam Memorial Hall: Feb. 25 to March 2
– Seobok Exhibition Hall: Feb. 25 to March 2
– Jeju Chusa Memorial Hall: Feb. 26 to March 2
– Seogwipo Astronomical Science and Culture Center: Feb. 26 to March 2
– Samyang-dong Prehistoric Site: Feb. 26 to TBD
– Jeju Hangil Memorial Hall: Feb. 26 to March 2
As of Feb. 26, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on Jeju Island remains at two. On the mainland, though, the number of confirmed cases has risen to 1,146. Eleven deaths have been reported.
If you have any medical questions or symptoms, please do call the 1339 Hotline of the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They offer advice 24/7 in English (Press #4 on your phone keypad) and other languages.
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