Jeju Stone Park is a museum as well as an ecological park, comprehensively and systematically showing the stone culture inherent in the lives of Jeju people, focusing on the myth of ‘Seolmundae Halmang and Oh-baek Jang-goon’ which has been passed down from long ago.
The park will be constructed in its entirely by 2020 and will be a park of complex culture where the past, present and future of Jeju stone culture is alive, where both foreign and native people can enjoy the nature and culture of Jeju.
There are three (3) courses.
Course 1. Jeju Stone Museum ~ Obaek Jang-goon Gallery ~ Mother’s Room
Distance : 1,300m / Time required : about 1 hour
Passing through the Path of Legend and the forest, the Stone Museum can be seen in hormany with its surroundings. After the museum, passing through the Outdoor Exhibitions and Dol-harubang, you can look around Obaek Jang-goon Gallery and Mother’s room.
Course 2. Jeju Stone Culture Exhibition Hall ~ Outdoor Exhibition [Forest path]
Distance : 970m / Time required : about 50 mins
You can appreciate functional stone culture displayed in the thatched roof-style Jeju Stone Culture Exhibition Hall, as well as stone culture from the pre-historic period to modern time, displayed along the forest path.
Course 3. Dol-han ma-eul (replica of Jeju traditional village with thatched-roof houses)
Distance : 1,080m / Time required : about 50 mins
Based on the Jeju traditional village which is now nearly gone, Segeorijip, or a residence with three inner houses, Dugeorijip, or a residence consisting of two inner houses, and Malbangakgan, or a house-drawn mill are exhibited, where ancestal lifestyle can be observed in this course.
*Operating Hours : From 9 AM to 6 PM
*Closing Day : First Monday of every month (If it’s a holiday, the park opens)
*Admission Fees : Adult(19-64) 5,000 KRW / Youth(13-18) : 3,500 KRW
Free for children under age 12, seniors of age 65 and over