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  • Top 5 Places to See in Jeju-do

5 responses to “Top 5 Places to See in Jeju-do”

  1. Slava

    The Trick Art Museum blows my mind. I think it’s worthy of a blog post itself.

  2. JoAnna

    I loved Jeju, even though it was unbelievably hot when I was there. I didn’t care much for the miniature museum; it was too tacky. But the sex museum/park was hysterical and definitely worth the money (though take a sense of humor with you too).

    1. Abby

      Hi, I am gonna visit Jeju in dec. Just wanna know which sex museum would u recommend. There are 3 sex museums in Jeju. World eros museum, The museum of health and sex and Loveland.

  3. Cathy

    I love the teddy bears and the Miniature Theme Park. Did you taste any typical korean food?

  4. Rahul Prabhakar

    Hi Cathy,
    There’s a great Korean restaurant by the name of “Sunny Garden” if you’re driving all the way towards the Jeju airport. I absolutely loved the barbecued Galbisal there. Besides this one, my recommendation for you would be “Jeong Park Sa”, which is a Korean Naengmyeon Traditional Restaurant. Abso-fucking-lutely delicious food there ;)


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