Jeju Island

Innisfree Jeju House – Is it Worth A Visit?

What comes into your mind when you hear about “Innisfree”? I’m pretty sure you would associate it with the Korean cosmetic brand of the same name. But did you know that Innisfree originated in Jeju Island? Innisfree is a natural brand that embodies the natural beauty of clean Jeju Island. At Innisfree Jeju House, you can experience everything about the brand with a variety of activities that satisfy the five senses. You can also have a relaxing time surrounded by the beautiful nature on Jeju Island. Innisfree Jeju House is located near the Jeju Ossulloc Tea Museum and is just a few walks from there.

About Innisfree Jeju House

The Innisfree Jeju House aims to preserve the natural environment of the area while showcasing the Innisfree’s organic products which are made with fresh local ingredients. Innisfree’s cosmetics are made with quality ingredients harvested in Jeju so if you visit this place, you will be able directly buy Innisfree products too. Click here to see more pictures of the place on their Instagram!

What to see and do at Innisfree Jeju House

Some of the experiences offered at Innisfree Jeju House include cosmetics crafted with raw materials from the pristine Jeju and a natural soap-making workshop. Moreover, there’s also an organic café serving delicious meals made with fresh harvests from Jeju Island. This place is worth a visit if you are a fan of Innisfree and other eco friendly cosmetics.

Jeju Story Zone

From the Jeju Story Zone you can see the Jeju ingredient map, the Scent of Jeju (orchid, tangerine, camellia, hallabong, Jeju cedar tree, Daphne blossom), Making paper with Jeju tangerine peel, Healing music, etc. In addition, there is also a Stamp Zone where you can freely use Jeju-themed stamps. You can stamp it in a piece of paper and take it as a souvenir.

Natural Soap Class Zone

Additionally, you can also make your own eco friendly soap using natural ingredients found in Jeju. It includes some ingredients such as green tea, tangerine, volcanic clay, etc.

Fresh Topping Pack

For skincare lovers, you can also make your own mask pack that is suitable for your skin type. You may choose from 12 ingredients including 9 local ingredients including tangerine, volcanic clay, green barley, and soybean.

Cosmetics Testing Zone

There is also a Cosmetic Testing Zone where you can test out several Innisfree products on display. If you like them, then you can also shop there.

Green Garden

Aside from the various zones, there is also a wide garden in front of the Innisfree Jeju House where you can relax.

Organic Green Cafe

In case you get hungry after touring Innisfree Jeju House, either from doing the class or shopping for various Innisfree products, you can just sit at the corner and order a meal from the counter.

Operating Hours

Innisfree Jeju House is open from 09:00 am to 7:00 pm in the summer time and 09:00 am to 6:00 pm in the winter. But the operating hours can be changed at any time so I would recommend that you double check the operating hours before you visit.

How to get there

Location: 425, Sinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do (제주특별자치도 서귀포시 안덕면 신화역사로 425)
Directions: You can take take Bus No. 150-1, 250-3, 771-1, 771-2, 784-1, or 820-2 and get off at O’sulloc Bus Stop. You can also take a taxi from Jeju International Airport for approximately 45 minutes.

Other Departure Points:

  • Start from Airport / Jeju City Terminal
    Bus No. 150-1 / 255 > Provincial government building(Shinjeju Intersection) > Halla Hospital > Donggwang Transfer Center > Get off at Osulloc
  • Start from Unjin Port (Moseulpo Harbor)
    Bus No. 150-1 / 255 > Inseong-ri > Gueok-ri > NLCS Jeju > Get off at Osulloc
  • Start from Seogwipo Bus Terminal
    Bus No. 181, 282 > Jungmun Post Office > Changchun Intersection > Get off at Donggwang Transfer Center > Transfer to Bus No. 771-1 / 771-2 / 784-1 / 820-1 / 820-2 > NLCS Jeju > Get off at Osulloc
  • Start from Hallim 2-ri
    Bus No. 784-1 > Hallim-ri >Hyeopjae Beach > Jeoji-ri Office > Get off at Osulloc
    Bus No. 784-2 > Hallim-ri > Hyeopjae Beach > Josu-ri > Get off at Osulloc

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🇵🇭 Joey

A scholar, marketer, educator, traveler, and ultimately, a fangirl currently living in South Korea. I mostly write about Hallyu-related places as well tips on traveling and living in Korea.