On the fourth day of our South Korea trip, we flew ourselves to Jeju Island. Jeju island is a beautiful place that is well known for its stunning scenery, including its volcanic scenery, and beaches. Jeju island is also famous for its food and it’s also a popular tourist destination, that’s why we can’t skip it on our trip.
On that particular day, we were focused on sightseeing so we went to three different museums. The first one was Chocolate Land, where we got to see how chocolate is made and even got to taste some ourselves. Teddy Bear Museum was next, which had an adorable array of teddy bears from all over the world, was super cute. And last but not least was Alive Museum, which was similar to the Trick Art Museum that we visited in Seoul.
In the morning, we wandered around looking for a place to fill in our tummies and were surprised when we found this restaurant called Myoung Ga. In Surabaya, there’s one famous Korean Restaurant with the same name! I’m pretty sure they’re not related, but we decided to go in and try the food anyway.
Brunch AT Myoungga
first Museum : Chocolate Land
second : Teddy Bear Museum
Actually, I took far more of these teddy bear pictures, but I figured too many would be incredibly tedious. So instead, here are some of my personal favorites one :
We went outside and there were a beautiful park too
As we moved on to the third stop, we strolled around the area. We saw Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum, but decided not to go in. Instead, we walked a bit further and found Alive Museum. Even though we’d been to Trick Art Museum just a few days ago in Seoul, we wanted to see what this new museum was all about 🧐 After all, who doesn’t love anything new?
The Alive Museum was, in fact, enormous and had a lot more to offer, we didn’t regret going there 😆 After exploring the museum, we got ourselves some Pizza at the cafe, and I attempted to have a chat with the waitress, asked them for their recommendations for good places for us to visit at night.
Luckily, one of the waitresses could actually speak English. She suggested we go back to the hotel instead because there wasn’t much to see in that area at night. We talked for a little while and exchanged socials, but she never added me on Facebook which made me a little sad. But oh well, at least she was smart and her English skills were really good compared to the other two boys who only laughed and fooled around.
Well, that’s pretty much it for our adventure on our first day on Jeju Island.. See you tomorrow for more adventures in my South Korea trip! ☺️