A rainy day in Jeju limits the things you can do :(.
There are a few tea plantation places in Jeju but I ended up going to one that wasn’t really one – O’sulloc Museum.
It is said to shape like a tea cup and it has a small area telling you about the history of tea in Korea and the companies history. The main point is that it is free.
Guests can also buy tea and food in the smae level as the museum. The size is about the same. The most popular item people buy is green tea ice cream.
There is also a small observatory at the top where you can look out to some of the tea plants as well as the cafe.
Next to it is the Innisfree store. It has a lot of items that are exclusive to this store, like body mists and perfume. I bought a hair conditioner and hand cream that I didnt need.
Innisfree has a cafe. I also got a Honey Canola Latte! It was a little sweet but it looked pretty and I like my seat :).
You can also make your own soap here!
From Seogwipo, i took 781 and transfered at Dongwang Yokkeori for 755 for one stop. I wouldn’t attempt to walk it because it is far …
1235-3 Seogwang-ri, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo, Jeju-do