The last course of this Jeju Island tour. Osulloc Tea Museum. I came here to eat green tea ice cream.
Opened in September 2001, O’sulloc Tea Museum is a museum and a museum of domestic and foreign tea. It is located at the entrance to Seogwangdawon, Jeju Island, where a green tea field unfolds.
It is a cultural space harmonized with Eastern and Western traditions and a nature-friendly rest area, and the entire building was constructed by embodying green tea cups.
Green tea and a learning space where you can understand traditional Korean tea culture, so you can experience everything about Korean green tea and others.
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Enjoy the cool air conditioner and eat green tea ice cream. Walk around a couple of times and move to the green tea field.
Osulloc’s “O” has the meaning of ‘origin of sulloc’, ‘only sulloc’, and ‘of sulloc cha’.
The smell of green tea filled the room and the green tea fields seen over the glass made me feel at home, making it a once-in-a-lifetime attraction for many tourists to Jeju.
At the Tea House, visitors can enjoy warm tea roasted by the Tea Master himself, eat ice cream made with Osulloc green tea and roll cake.
The dark green, green tea roll cake, in particular, is not very sweet and is welcomed by adults.
What’s wrong here?.. I think they already harvest it all. They just pulled out the top of its head.
Let’s enjoy as it is. Still, it’s good to see here standing in line with the straight.
Regret doesn’t go away easily. I do not come frequenty here in Jeju Island. I was expecting a full, green and abundant green tea field.
From the OSullock Museum, go up for about three minutes and you’ll find Innisfree Cosmetics shop.
It’s very humid and hot outside now, so I’m afraid to sit outside.
I’m trying to get back out. But There’s a green tea field across the street. Yeah, well, it can’t be without it.
I’m going to take a picture.
At the entrance, i went far inside because it was too complicated that a lot of people toke a pictures with Osulloc sign. Now it looks like a green tea field.
Is there any experience? I’d like to pick up some green tea myself.
And this time I know. The name changes depending on how much green tea is fermented.
Steamed without fermentation, Green Tea.
30 percent fermenting, Oolong Tea.
70 percent fermenting, Black Tea.
90 percent fermenting, Dark Tea.
I thought it was all different leaf, but it was the same leaf.
Was I the only one who didn’t know?LOL
I can see more after I know it. I don’t know much, but i’ll still think more about it than usual.
It looks like there’s no one here. Right here on the left is full of people. They’re all around the entrance. I’m just a little more in here.
I want to drink green tea because it’s in the green tea field. It would be nice to go around drinking green tea. Wouldn’t it be good marketing?
Just in case, I’m sniffing the leaves, but I can’t smell anything. On second thought, it’s obvious.
The beauty of life offered by the tea and the Jeju Island.
If you keep your day busy with hours and minutes, there’s a moment when you can’t wait to have a cup of tea.
Life becomes more beautiful when you share that moment with a good person. Osulloc embodies Jeju’s green tea fields, tea museums, tea houses and hectic modern people in the city, and adds beauty to their daily lives through tea with Jeju nature and sincerity.
It gives you a valuable rest to keep your relationship warm.
09:00 ~ 18:00