Look what I saw on my drafts, the O'sulloc Tea Museum in Jeju Island, South Korea post. If you like to know how the tea produced in Korea, this is the right place. They have an amazing fields across the museum. Just be careful of the snakes, they have a sign beware of snakes. Yes! We are really mindful of our steps and entering the certain area especially in the middle of the fields.
Obligatory photo photo op in the giant tea cup.
Across the fields will be the museum itself
My sister crossing the street
Finally, here we are
Cups with different designs
They sell all sort of tea
The history of green tea
The old tea cups
Look at this wonderful few on the top
Green tea bun or macaroon hahaha I forgot
We also bought green tea soft ice cream even though it is a cold weather hahaha who cares?! It taste gooood!
I enjoyed our few hours of stay here. I tasted their famous green tea products such as the soft ice cream and the bread. Took some photos in the green tea field and I learned about the few history of the green tea. It is healthy and it has a lot of benefits for our body. There is also a cafe if you want to hang around for a while and taste their delicious variety of green tea products. Yum!
For more information:
Address: 1235-3 Seogwang-ri, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo, Jeju-do 699-924, South Korea
Phone: +82 64-794-5312
Operating Hours: 9AM - 6PM