When in Jeju, visit the museums.
The plethora of weird, strange, tacky, and sometimes completely awesome museums.
The O’Sulloc Green Tea Museum is completely free. However, you will want to buy things. They have free samples of their tea products, on-site promotions, and a cafe that serves their famous green tea ice cream.
Aside from the products available inside, there is also an observation deck on the top 2 floors of the building. We happened to visit when it was quite cloudy and foggy, but the view was still nice. I’m sure everything would look even better on a clear, sunny day.
Outside the museum, there is a large green tea field.
Also, on the property is the Innisfree Jeju House. It was extremely crowded. It’s different than other Innisfree stores throughout South Korea. It has limited products and special products that are only sold at this location.
I didn’t take many photos inside. I was too busy shopping, obviously. It was really nice. They have a workshop where you can create your own soap (the only scent available was lavender. Ew, I hate the smell of lavender. Anyone else agree?). I bought this body water and this shampoo and conditioner.
Overall, I’m really glad we made it a point to visit here on our trip to Jeju Island. It was really fun and nice to walk around outside and see the green tea fields and just breathe in the some fresh air and see the greenery. There aren’t many places like this in Seoul.
What do you think? Is O’Sulloc Green Tea Museum worth a visit?