O’sulloc Tea Museum
O’sulloc Tea Museum
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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  • wzhkevin
    Singapore, Singapore225 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Really touristy, but worth the visit anyway if you're into tea
    To be honest I found this a little bit overrated. This is a brand that's pretty well associated with Jeju globally, and so it's the sort of place you sort of "have to" visit, but not really. Not if you're especially a fan of their teas. Having said that, it's not bad. There's a cafe with some really photogenic drinks and cakes which taste decent. And if you need to buy gifts this is a great place to get them.
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 15 November 2023
  • Yap M
    Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany56 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Osulloc for tea & matcha lovers
    Typically a place for tea and matcha lovers. I find the variety of tea is unique and it is not available anywhere. It also sells biscuits, cakes, chocolate, nuts with a blend of matcha. Though the products are expensive, the taste is very different from others. It also have a restaurant and observation floor to view the tea plantation outside the building. We noticed the tourists really come and purchase stuff like money grows on trees ! Remember to claim the VAT at the airport with the purchase receipts. The staff actually remains you to claim too.
    Visited November 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 16 November 2023
  • Seokdoespilates
    Singapore, Singapore235 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Touristy but a pretty place for a pause
    It was extremely crowded when we visited on 1 Apr 5 pm. Well organized car park with attendants to guide you and an overflow car park across the street. A good selection of teas and tea-related snacks to purchase as gifts. The cafe was full, so for a quieter option, walk out back to the cafe next to Innisfree house. There is a pretty garden out front and it was full of cherry blossoms in bloom. You can also walk out amongst the neatly trimmed tea shrubs. A relaxing space for a cuppa.
    Visited April 2024
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 1 April 2024
  • Czar Emmanuel
    Manila, Philippines10,062 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Vast tea plantation, good museum and lots of tea products
    This is one of the interesting destinations of our day tour in Jeju Island. The tea fields were vast and the tea museum offered lots of tea products (different types of tea, tea-based chocolate, pastries and drinks, some souvenirs, etc.). If you're a tea lover you'll surely enjoy this place. Just watch out for the ticks in the tea fields. Strike as many poses as you want! 😀
    Visited June 2024
    Travelled with friends
    Written 26 June 2024
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Paul W
London, UK31 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2022 • Solo
It’s not much of a museum really but more like a short glorification and summary of the history of O’sulloc. I would’ve actually been interested in finding out more about how tea is grown, tea types, production etc. the tea fields surrounding the actual museum are more interesting. Following the (very small) museum (which is also free of entry to be fair) one is led to the tea shop/ cafe in what I can only describe as a controlled stampede! I didn’t find any way to actually sample some tea, or at least smell it before buying; I kinda wanted to get a better idea of a bag of tea that costs up to 100$ before buying it. At Twinings in London they understand that and offer free samples. In other places you can at least smell the tea. At O’sulloc you get what you see on the shelf (if you can reach it that is). The most interesting part, a traditional sampling, is exclusive to Koreans only. Yes, foreigners (even those speaking Korean) are not welcome in those (if they didn’t change their policy on that at least; I didn’t try booking one admittedly). So all that is left really is a big commercial party without any sense of tea culture or educative elements at all. Quite disappointing!
Written 25 January 2022
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Vinod
Busan, South Korea65 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
The Osulloc Tea Museum is just not a tea museum but I would rather say a tea complex which includes a Tea Cup Gallery, various Tea Culture Rooms such as exhibition hall, masters of tea vessels, tea life center, etc., tea café, and tea gardens. Tea Museum also offers a premium tea class in which brewing our own green tea and sharing with friends during the premium tea class is one of the unique experiences so far in Jeju. In the class, they not only explain tea and tea brewing methods but also demonstrate the use of various tea wares and their importance in making one good cup of tea. In the end, it was a good memorable day to make and drink green tea. Besides museums, souvenir shops, and green tea café, there are few tea gardens and resting areas where people can enjoy nature, relax, and take pictures to keep their memory forever.
Written 6 November 2020
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Ana G
Madrid, Spain57 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
Our first stop in the Jeju trip was the Olloc Tea Museum.
Here you can take a master class about how to make tea properly and try different kinds of teas.
It was a very relaxing experience and the taste of the tea was very unique.
If you like tea is definitely something you have to do if you travel to Jeju.
Also you can visit the Innisfree shop right next to the museum and take beautiful pictures in the green tea fields around.
Written 31 October 2020
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Seokdoespilates
Singapore, Singapore235 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
It was extremely crowded when we visited on 1 Apr 5 pm. Well organized car park with attendants to guide you and an overflow car park across the street. A good selection of teas and tea-related snacks to purchase as gifts. The cafe was full, so for a quieter option, walk out back to the cafe next to Innisfree house. There is a pretty garden out front and it was full of cherry blossoms in bloom. You can also walk out amongst the neatly trimmed tea shrubs. A relaxing space for a cuppa.
Written 1 April 2024
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kimwillrule
Singapore, Singapore6,283 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Family
Osulloc tea Museum, Seowigpo Jeju, Korea: This was a shoo-in with a rainy morning and we had to waive the Tadao Anda glass house visit to Phoenix Island and a submarine expedition. I associate this with the elderly but it was OK as it was next to Innisfree cafe and store. Yes, it is a tourist trap. Yes, it is over-priced. But it is tourist 101 and you get to try everything matcha this and that. #eatstylishtravelstylish
Written 27 June 2022
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Musings_MJ
Singapore, Singapore611 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022 • Family
This is a highly touristy place and extremely crowded. But overall worth a visit to take picture with the tea plants and do duty free shopping at Innisfree and the O Sulloc Tea Cafe and shop. Many tea leaves, matcha flavored biscuits etc for sale which make good gifts. Remember to bring your passport and you can get immediate tax deduction for your purchase, Try out the green tea desserts at the cafe! Museum was closed when we were there in Nov 2022.
Written 16 November 2022
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mel7155
Singapore, Singapore1,337 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022 • Couples
Firstly- it is NOT a tea museum - it is simply an excuse of a tea museum . With that out of the way, the reason why it is so popular is the manner in which they package this it food - their picnic baskets, green senja tea, matcha ice cream , green tea cake and desserts are so artistically presented and delicious that you just would like to eat the food after taking pictures of the food . The presentation is simply out of this world and we would be visiting this place just to eat the food and sip the green tea in a flash . The duty food Korean brand shop is also pretty attractive . Nice place to while several hours away . We shall return to this place when we visit Jeju again .
Written 23 June 2022
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kpiddy
Brisbane, Australia14,006 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Family
Unfortunately on the day of our visit it was terribly wet and windy, from the carpark to the O'Sulloc buildings we had to make a quick dash, no time to experience the outdoors or walk through the tea plantation. Like all the other visitors we made a bee line for the gift stores and one of two restaurants on-site. While it was cold outside we still all manage to enjoy a serve of ice-cream. On a sunny day I'm sure a visit here would be more enjoyable.
Written 19 June 2023
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Yap M
Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany56 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
Typically a place for tea and matcha lovers.
I find the variety of tea is unique and it is not available anywhere.
It also sells biscuits, cakes, chocolate, nuts with a blend of matcha.
Though the products are expensive, the taste is very different from others.
It also have a restaurant and observation floor to view the tea plantation outside the building.

We noticed the tourists really come and purchase stuff like money grows on trees !
Remember to claim the VAT at the airport with the purchase receipts. The staff actually remains you to claim too.
Written 16 November 2023
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Hannah’s Travel Truths
70 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
Not as much of a museum as a breathtaking botanical garden center! So many pretty plants as well as shops, a cafe, and a small tea making exhibit! The cafe was delicious and featured many hallabong (a native jeju orange) and matcha snacks and drinks! We personally enjoyed the matcha soft serve and the hallabong freedo! The shops consist of skincare brand Innisfree, soap making kits, and a few other goodies! The main tea making exhibit has a few teas for sale and we even got a free sampler packet! The exhibit shows how the tea is made as well as having small samples of the tea in paper cups. The exhibits mostly have Korean accompanied by English! Another special part of this exhibit is the huge tea field! Very pretty! Also throughout the whole “museum” there are huge and colorful hydrangeas! You should definitely go here, even, like me, you are not a huge tea lover!
Written 11 June 2023
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