Jeju has got a lot to offer – this island is especially known for its beautiful nature, oranges and green tea. Of course I had to try out one of their specialities for myself. One place where you can get everything green tea related is the Osulloc Tea Museum.
To be honest, it’s definitely more of a cafe than a museum. Just in the entrance a few tea related items are displayed, such as old teapots and mugs. Anyway the entry to this place is free for everyone.
The cafe offers a large variety of green tea desserts, signature menus and beverages. You can also buy tea from the brand Osulloc here. I decided for a green tea baumkuchen, cake, green tea frappuchino and a usual green tea. The food was very yummy and tasty!
Next to the Osulloc Tea Museum is the Innisfree Jeju House, which offers the brand’s products and a cafe. I didn’t try their food, anyway it’s a good place to shop your favorite Innisfree items and even Jeju exclusives.
Behind the Innisfree Jeju House is a big green tea field, which offers a stunning view. Make sure to capture it in a photo!
O’sulloc Tea Museum, located next to O’sulloc’s Seogwang Tea Planation in Jeju, was opened by Amore Pacific in 2001 with the aim of introducing and spreading Korean teas and the traditional tea culture of Korea. The museum is a cultural space where the West and the East, and modernity and tradition coexist in harmony. The museum has a tea gallery, eco-friendly rest area, and a cafe where visitors can enjoy a variety of tasty tea-based desserts.
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