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Jeju Glass Castle, Jeju

3.4
#2 of 8 in Theme Parks in Jeju
Theme Park · Hidden Gem · Water / Amusement Park
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A guided tour takes you through the colorful and creative glass models and artworks at Jeju Glass Castle. In the exhibition hall, see glass animals, the world’s largest glass diamond, the world's largest glass ball, a bright colored glass aquarium, and many other glass sculptures by domestic and international artists. Wander through the beautifully lush garden and admire glass orange trees, spider webs, snowmen, and butterflies sparkling in the sun. Play in the glass labyrinth and gaze at the glass mirror lake, before learning how to make glass artwork in the main hall. Make Jeju Glass Castle a part of your Jeju vacation plans using our Jeju online holiday planner.
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  • Good little touristy place. Something different and interesting. very cool to see the glass and different artwork 
    Good little touristy place. Something different and interesting. very cool to see the glass and different artwork  more »
  • If you like quirky and somewhat kitschy glass sculptures, you’ll love this place. If not it’s not worth the relatively high ticket price. It’s a nice outdoor area and some lovely walks. It’ll be also....  more
    If you like quirky and somewhat kitschy glass sculptures, you’ll love this place. If not it’s not worth the relatively high ticket price. It’s a nice outdoor area and some lovely walks. It’ll be also....  more »
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  • One of the cute tourist spots in Jeju. The place is well connected through bus and taxi. The ticket price is 11000 won per adult although there are relaxation for kids and seniors. The place consists of wide parking space. There is a glass workshop at second floor of the the building. One can buy souvenirs there. Moreover there is a long walking path with plenty of trees (one can get jungle vibe) and items made of glass well decorated at sidewalk. Plenty of props are kept for better photos. Some works are going on to furnish the gallery. Overall tour took almost one and half hours and it was a nice experience ❤️
  • Very underwhelming. There was some kind of construction going on when I visited (Aug 2022). Hence the main entrance was closed and had to enter via a temporary landing. The whole place looked old and worn out. Majority of the glass sculptures were dirty and there was no "wow factor". Some of them I really liked though. If they could maintain this place it would be so much better. But as of when I went it just seems like it's been forgotten and left to rot.

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