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Jeju Stone Park, Jeju

#11 of 38 in Parks in Jeju
Park · Hidden Gem · Educational Site
Educational Jeju Stone Park displays collections of interesting rock formations molded by nature itself. The park offers three courses to explore, each with its own charm. Take the first route to see the mother’s room exhibiting a rock formation whose shadows form a silhouette of a mother holding a child. The second course showcases typical thatched house-type structures, while the third route offers reproductions of traditional villages. Highlights include the displays of dead tree roots with interesting formations--some actually resemble animals. You can get an audio guide in English from the ticket office. To find out how to plan a trip to Jeju, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • Jeju Stone Park is a vast area with everything stone related. With Jeju being a volcanic island, the lava stones are everywhere from the Harubang statues to the walls surrounding houses. The park...  more »
  • Entrance fee 5,000 won and free for senior and disable as this place is not wheelchair friendly. Thank God my aunt could walk a little so those part that cannot be pushed on wheels.... she had to...  more »
  • The most unique and beautiful museum I’ve ever been to. It’s not just about displays, but it’s all about immersion. Toilets are clean with tissue paper and soap. Please visit my site ( for more travel tips and reviews.
  • I competed during the III Jeju Delphic Games as representative of the Philippine Delphic Council and my entry in the Filmmaking category is about Jeju's stones that are actually volcanic in nature. I did not emerge as winner in that 2009 competition but I treasure every moment that I spent in the island from drinking Soju beer, eating seafood soup and the competition itself where our local wood carver Ernie Dul-ang emerged as Champion in the sculpture competition. Yes, the stones can speak and it tells something about the nature of the island.

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