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Sooth and heal your emotions, body, and soul by relieving fatigue at Ilchulland.
We sometimes dream of having our own place where we can escape from the world and fully enjoy nature and freedom like the main character of “The Moon and Sixpence.”
Why don’t you find peace through meditation in the comfort and natural beauty of Riverside Park?
The sight of the waterfall and strong upward and downward torrents of the fountain bring back beautiful memories. You can also observe water plants and carps at the pond decorated with Jeju’s basalt and stones, various flowers, and the waterfall fountain.
This square is a safe family-based playground where people can forget their worries on the green grass, and children stressed from various private classes can relax and absorb strength from the land.
Let’s walk along Grass Square, a mid-sized square for various gatherings, outdoor events, presentations, etc.
Micheon Cave is one of the cave groups in the southeast region among 15 cave groups in Jeju Island.
As a representative of the cave group at Samdal-ri, Micheon Cave is one of the most important caves in Jeju Island. It is associated with Manjang Cave with its massive interior and length of 1,700m. Currently, only a sector that is 365m long has been opened.
Construction for the Folk Village at Ilchulland began in April 2010 and was completed after seven months.
The village represents Jeju’s traditional straw-thatched roof houses (Angeori/Bakgeori/Seomak/Imungan/Dottongsi/
Mulpang/Molpang/Goraewang), displays various folk materials used in daily life and provides a place for experiencing Jeju’s traditional culture.
Ilchulland will welcome visitors as a remarkable tourist attraction in every season by establishing facilities suitable for Jeju’s culture, making continuous investment, and developing items.
We invite you to try a wholly new experience. Make your own beautiful artwork alongside mothers and teachers!
Located at Ilchulland as a beautiful natural place with an area of 165,000m2, Ilchul Art Center has various rooms such as the experience room, kiln room, and exhibition hall with area of 1,000m2, and operates four pottery classes. The center also has another 2,300m2 space with an outdoor workplace where visitors can directly experience the earth and nature.
Cactus Greenhouse displays tropical plants such as cactus, mangos, bananas, etc.
Visitors can view a variety of plants―cacti such as echinocactus, cereus, eriocactus leninghausii, and prickly pears in the middle of bougainvillea, tropical fruits and prickly pear cactus, which came from Southeast Asia―and relax on Jeju Island.
The Subtropical Promenade is a vivid and naturally created landscape with an area of 165,000m2. With silver grass on the path and canola, as well as radish flower in the neighboring area, it is a place where visitors can directly encounter nature.
The promenade also features Jeju’s native trees such as hackberry, pine tree, silver magnolia, silk tree, and elaeocarpus, as well as camellia, which is associated with the Jeju residents' heartrending history of suffering. You can also feel an exotic atmosphere through subtropical plants such as canary, Washington palm trees, and other various kinds of palm trees.