Jeju Olle Trail 14-1: A forest stroll from Jeoji Oreum to O’sulloc Tea Museum

These iconic O’sulloc green tea fields are a hot tourist destination all year round. There is an observatory with an amazing view of Hallasan Mountain, the Jeju Aerospace Museum, and Sanbangsan Mountain, too. 

What many people might not know is Jeju Olle Course 14-1 also finishes here. It’s an easy 9.3-km through Gotjawal old-growth forest, starting at Jeoji Volcanic Cone. But please note: this pristine forest is very dense and easy to get lost in, so there is a 2 p.m. cut-off for entry to that part of the trail.

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