The O’sulloc Museum, located on Jeju-do Island near Seogwangdawon, which teaches visitors about Korea’s traditional tea culture. The “o” in “o’sulloc”, means to appreciate and enjoy, and it also stands for the origin of sulloc, only sulloc, and of sulloc tea.
The O’sulloc Tea House is a themed cafe that presents the authentic taste of Korean traditional tea. Specializing in green tea, offers variety of juices, smoothies, and ice cream, many of which are made with green tea as the main ingredient.
Not only for an experience for the taste buds, the cafe also allows visitors to have a chance to relax and drink in the healthy benefits of tea.
Exhibition Hall Information:
* Tea Cup Gallery
* Tea Culture Room – Exhibition Hall
*Tea Culture Room – Masters of Tea Vessels
* Tea Culture Room – Tea Life Center
* Tea Culture – Types of Tea
* Tea Culture –Tea Cups of the World
O’sulloc Cafe Menu:
*Green Tea Latte
*Green Tea Caramel Latte
*Royal Milk Tea
*Fresh Orange Green Tea
*Fresh Citron Green Tea
*Freddo Green Tea
*Green Tea Ice Cream
*Green Tea Ice-Cream (**Recommend)
*Green Tea Roll Cake (**Recommend)
*Green Tea Milk Spread [jam](**Recommend)
Jangwon (Lab & Factory), Miss Jasmine, Seogwang Tea Garden, Innisfree Jeju House, a sculpture of an umbrella, O’sulloc Tea Stone, O’sulloc Teatree House, Jeju O’sulloc Tea Museum, etc.
Take a taxi from Jeju International Airport to O’sulloc Museum (Estimated Travel Time: 40-50min)
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