Jeju Hallim Park

hallim-parkHallim Park has a fantastic view of Jeju Island's famous Hallasan Mountain-the highest one in the Republic of Korea

Hallim Park

Hallim Park (한림 공원) is a famous green and forest park on Jeju Island. The park is perfect for travelers or guests looking for various plant species in one safe and entertaining place.

Hallim Park is established in early 1971, located around 33 kilometers West of Jeju City and Hallasan Mountain near Hallim's beach area.

The area where it is set up used to be an empty and barren land with nothing grows. With hard labor and determination, it turned to be like at present by pouring the whole area with tons of soil.

The big plus when you visit Hallim is that you can also enjoy the famous nearby beaches--Hyeopjae Beach and Geumneung Beach--and enjoy the view of Biyangdo Island facing it.

With around 100 thousand square meters of land area, you can explore its various plant species planted systematically, and in a manner, you will comfortably see them.

The zones or areas you can explore include...

  • Palm Tree Path
  • Jeju Lava Stones and Bonsai Garden
  • Water Garden
  • Subtropical Botanic Garden
  • Mediterranean Garden
  • Man-made Waterfalls

And more.

hallim-parkCool air and refreshing pathways inside the park

The park not only supports the plant species but also has natural sites, including the two caves: Hyeopjaegul and Ssangyonggul Caves.

These two caves are famous for their two-dimensional features, which are believed to be the only cave in the world with such descriptions.

You can also enjoy the traditional Korean folk village, a children's amusement park, and outdoor entertainment facilities for all guests of various age levels.

If you are in a hurry, you can just explore the whole place in around two hours. But taking the time and trying to relax is highly recommended to enjoy the park.

hallim-parkBonjae (or Bonsai) are cute and attractive collections found at Hallim Park, Jeju Island

Facilities Features

Bringing your family, friends, colleagues, or a group of visitors will undoubtedly have a great time and keep great memories.

That's because you (and your gang) will be enjoying a half-day or full-day exploring the facilities, some of which already mentioned above. Here we go...

  • Palm Tree Road
  • Jeju Lava Stone Garden
  • Bonsai Garden
  • Subtropical Botanical Garden (e.g., cactus)
  • Jaeam Folk Village
  • Safari Bird Garden (e.g., peacock)
  • Pond/waterfall Garden
  • Hyeopjae-Ssangyong Caves
  • Restaurants
  • Resting and Sitting Areas
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Lockers, washrooms, etc.
  • Parking Areas
hallim-park-cactusGiant cacti are some of the attractions at Hallim Park's subtropical garden

Useful Information

You might have to get a Korean address if you are traveling alone and do not know how to speak the local language. Don't worry, it's below.

Address: 300, Hallim-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
제주특별자치도 제주시 한림읍 한림로 300 (한림읍)

Inquiries: 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
Long Distance: +82-64-796-0001
Website: You can speak to the guide in any of the four languages: Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese.

Business Hours:
The operation time all year round differs according to the season. Below are your timeframe guides:

March-August 08:30 AM to 5:30 PM
September-October 08:30-5:00 PM
November-February 09:00-4:30 PM

Admission Fees
Individuals: Adults 12,000 won / Teenagers 8,000 won / Children 7,000 won / Senior citizens 10,000 won
Groups: Adults 10,000 won / Teenagers 6,000 won / Children 5,500 won / Senior citizens 9,000 won

* Groups of 30 people or more
* Teenagers (middle & high school students), Children (ages 3 or older), Senior citizens (ages 65 and older)

Getting to Hallim Park

You can take public transportation or rent a car, motorbike or bicycle to get there.

By Bus
From Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal, find or ask for a bus that travels to the West. Then get off at Hallim Park Bus Stop.

If you are from Jeju International Airport, take bus #100 get to Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal first.

By Taxi
It is very convenient to get there by taxi, especially when you come with a partner or friend or family member. That's because it is much quicker and inexpensive.

Getting there, riding a motorbike is not a bad idea. You can drop by and explore great sights and views along the way.

Finally, riding a bicycle around the island is accessible. I did it twice already, and it was fantastic! I would do it again.

Thanks for reading through this article. Have a great day!

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