Jeju Love Land is a vogue sculpture park based on sensuality and eroticism. The entire park looks like a piece of an art land.
Jeju Love Land is open every day, and it usually takes 30-40 minutes to look around the park. Since I took lots of photos, it took me around an hour to complete my tour.
Jeju Love Land houses a glass-dome restaurant, an outside café, an art shop, and various works that visitors can touch. Jeju Love Land is an attractive location where art and eroticism meet in cool, enjoyable, amusing styles.
During the 1970s, Jeju Island became a popular honeymoon location for Korean couples, due to the island's warm climate and Cold War-era restrictions on abroad travel.
In the nights, the hotel would use a home entertainment program featuring sexual components to help newlyweds relax.
In 2002, graduates of Seoul's Hongik University started producing sculptures for the park, which opened on November 16, 2004.
Encompassing an area the size of "two soccer fields", all of the sculptures can be viewed in around one hour, and there is an extra month-to-month turning exhibit, including works by different Korean artists.
Visitors are required to be a minimum of 18 years of age, and a separate backyard is readily available for minors while grownups go to. The play area is themed on anime.
The park is open to visitors (at least 18 years of age) all year round. You can see all the sculptures in approximately 30 to 40 minutes from 9 to 12 PM. The last entrance time is 11 PM.
There are 120 parking spaces for cars. The space is available for guests for Free!
The admission fee varies according to age and number of guests. Please, check out below...
Note: Group means guests from 30 members and above. Also, ensure you have your ID, license, etc.
Aside from the erotic and love symbols and sculptures, you can also enjoy the facilities for relaxation after exploring the outdoor exhibits.
Address: 2894-72, Cheonbaengi-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
제주특별자치도 제주시 1100로 2894-72 (연동)
Phone: +82-2-1330; +82-64-712-6988
Homepage: www.jejuloveland.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
After you visit the park, just to let you know that there are other attractions you can explore and try to enjoy.
Jeju Museum of Art (제주도립미술관)
Jeju Museum of Art displays the most beautiful and exciting artworks on Jeju Island's local culture, colorful environment, and other aesthetic features. It is surrounded by the non-debatable beauty of the island's nature.
Paradise Casino Jeju Grand
It is a grand facility for relaxation. It offers guestrooms and a variety of entertainment and leisure facilities such as golf, horseback riding, casino games, swimming pools, cafes, restaurants, and outdoor activities.
It is a recreational forest area for lovers of the refreshing forest environment. You can go hiking, learn about native trees and subtropical plants, which counts to over 900 species and counting.
Nexon Computer Museum
This museum is interesting for those who are into computer and gaming history. You can see exhibits of various computers, systems, and items that brought us to the present advanced computer world.
Ora Country Club
It is attached to the Jeju Grand Hotel as a golfing facility. You can get to this place in around ten minutes and enjoy the fine grass and serene environment.
You can take public transportation (bus or taxi). You can also rent a car or motorbike which you can take around or anywhere on the island.
At Jeju International Airport or Jeju-si (city), take a bus bound for Chuksanjin Heungwon, then get off at Dokkaebi Road Bus Stop.
You can hail a taxi anywhere on Jeju Island and head wherever you want to go. Just make sure you have the address in the Korean language as most operators speak in Jeju language (Korean but slightly different).
Have fun at Jeju Loveland.