Jeju Stone Park
Jeju Stone Park
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Hoadjie
Gisborne, Australia307 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Solo
Second activity for the day. Got in for free because there was a festival happening. I had a great wander around. I did all three loops

If you're running short on time I would recommend loop 2 that was my favorite.

Most signs had English.

Plenty of toilets and there is a small cafe

It's a nice place to be on a sunny day. It changes supper quickly black clouds come in then wind and the rain

Overall I enjoyed myself
Written May 15, 2024
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thelonious22
Seongnam4,367 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
Jeju Stone Park is a vast area with everything stone related. With Jeju being a volcanic island, the lava stones are everywhere from the Harubang statues to the walls surrounding houses. The park is divided into three courses which would take about an hour each at a leisurely pace. The first course has mostly rock statues (including the Harubang statues) that most likely had some religious significance. The second course shows how the rocks were used for more practical purposes (tombstones, tools, housing, etc) through the different eras of Korean history. The third course specifically shows the different Jeju style housing made with mostly the volcanic rock walls. It’s probably not the best place to be in the middle of heat in the summer but when the weather is nice, it’s a fantastic spot to spend a few hours.
Written March 30, 2020
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Traveler of the Wild
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam75 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2012
Beautiful, haunting, natural. An absolute must if you're based in Jeju city (can be accessed via the city tour bus) and is amazing value for money (just 1,500 won). A definite must.
Written November 1, 2012
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Keith K
Penang Island, Malaysia45 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Couples
I am not able to visit this park because of the bus. We went to the airport by bus in order to take the 131 bus for the park. To confirm this info from our hotel receptionist, we asked the airport tourist info counter. Correct, and we were directed to gate 1 and begun to wait for the bus. We missed the 1240 so we decided to wait for the 1340. The bus didn't come until 1400 and we went to double check with the info counter. Then we were told that 1340 is for the number 132, which is grouped together with 131. 132 doesn't head for Jeju stone park and we were told to wait for the 1530 bus. Isn't it amazing our bus waiting experience? I am sharing this as a gentle reminder for all. Plan your bus schedule properly especially for venues outside the city. Cheers
Written March 20, 2018
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depazed
IL74 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Family
We were coming from Hamdeok Beach to the Jeongbang water falls and happened to directly pass by this place on the highway and I remembered it was one of the top places to visit in Jeju so we decided to pull over and enter. We're very glad we did. We spent about an hour there but you could easily spend more time. It was awesome to see all the man made stone statues and their significance or their meaning, one of the main ones being the mother who had 500 sons. The museums were pretty cool as well and you could learn a ton of geography. The setting was very picturesque with Mt. Halla in the background and the surroundings looking like you were sort of in a savanah. We took some awesome photographs and learned a lot of information. I think if you're able to rent a car and drive there it's a must see in Jeju.
Written March 26, 2018
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Leanda D
Townsville, Australia58 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Solo
From Segiowipo (Jangung rotary) the park can be reached in a little over an hour on the 231 bus which will drop you at the front of the park. Fare 1200krw. Park admission is 5000krw. I spent 2.5 hrs here doing course 1 and 2. I think you might enjoy it more if you were an artist but I liked it all the same. The stone museum, which is the first stop on course 1 tells you all about how lava rocks are formed, their different types and would be a geologists dream. After that you'll walk around the park and see the different stone sculptures, most of which are natural, some manmade. There are also a couple of replica traditional jeju houses and local pottery too. The Obaek gallery has some driftwood on display along with 1 hall of art but it is mostly empty. I thought there would be more info on the local traditions and how they lived but the park is still a work in progress. Its not due for completion until 2020. Rug up because it seems to be colder here than other areas of the island and you will be outside most of your visit. Recommend you go on a sunny day as this area gets very heavy fog too.
Written March 6, 2018
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JG
Malaysia119 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2016 • Friends
The initial part was fine. There are 3 routes within the park. Route 1 was ok. Route 2 was getting creepier as one approached further into the route. What they didn't tell you is that this is a graveyard from the ancient times and we were walking around the graves.
Written September 18, 2016
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YvonneTravels
Singapore, Singapore32 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2014
There are lot of naturally formed stones from volcano eruption. There is also a museum where they teach and share about volcano eruption and a nice place to take pictures with the stones where they have arranged it nicely.
Written September 5, 2015
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donga100
Brisbane, Australia191 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
I quite enjoyed this place. It takes a while to walk around so don't go if you are in a hurry. If you take your time there is plenty to see, ancient tombs, traditional housing/tools, stone statues, giant stone towers, etc. The museum was also good and I learnt a bit about volcanic rock formation that I hadn't seen before.
Written April 25, 2015
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Chris
Westerville, OH7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Great place to see and explore.... Highly recommend. Beautiful place with many great outdoor sights to see. Also an indoor museum of rocks but not as interesting as outside.
Written April 22, 2012
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