Jeju OSULLOC Tea Museum

Propagating Korean tea tradition and its history

Tea Stone

Opened in Andeok-myoen, Seogwipo city, Jeju in March 2013OSULLOC, Tea Stone was designed to help Korean tea tradition take root in Jeju Island. Resembling an inkstone with an inkstick, both of which were the basis of the spiritual assets of Korean ancestors for a long time, its appearance epitomizes its intention to foster and perfect Korea’s traditional tea culture that encompasses the tradition of Korea and Korea of today.

Tea Cup Gallery

Tea Cup Gallery features invaluable tea wares and utensils from the Three Kingdoms Period through the Joseon Dynasty in Korean history conveying the history, spirit, and tradition of Korean tea.

Tea Cups of the World

Visitors can appreciate a beautiful selection of tea cups from all over the world that represent the history and value of teas from the East and the West. The collection includes tea cups from Japan and China as well as Europe where tea has always been part of not only people’s lives but also the nation’s history.

Brand Story

A unique space where visitors can experience the “beautiful devotion” AmorePacific has put into for the renascence of the tea culture for the last three decades and the excellence of Jeju green tea produced in the pristine environment of Jeju.

Space for Roasted Tea

After freshly harvested from the tea fields, tea leaves are roasted by a professional tea master, whose performance is appreciated by visitors on site, and can be purchased under reasonable prices.

Tea Store

You can purchase high quality products grown through the unspoilt natural environment of Jeju and systematic research and management, and enjoy a delicious bakery, and ice cream with fresh tea and tea tasting in the mountains.

Operating Hours

09:00 - 18:00
Operating hours 09:00 – 18:00, open all year around Admission free
  •   15 Sinhwayeoksa-ro Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo city, Jeju-do
  •   064-794-5312~3
  • Museum may be closed early due to weather conditions such as heavy rain or heavy snowfall.
    Admissions may be limited on holidays and peak seasons when there are too many visitors.(first-come-first-served)
  • Bringing food is banned in and outside of the museum.
  • Pets must be leashed and held in his/her owner’s arms.