Glass Castle Museum, Jeju Island

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First up, the reason we went to Jeju Island was actually because the sister wanted to go to GD's Monsant Cafe.
This was the second time at Jeju Island and we've been to most of the tourist attractions and somehow came to the conclusion that we should visit the Glass Castle Museum, for photo shots.

Anyway, it was pretty inconvenient to get to as we had to get a cab (as going via bus was a little bit of a hassle). It took us about 45 minutes to get there from Jeju City.





It's actually quite a small place but the routes were planned and we took about 2 hours to finish the place (while snapping away, that is).



The "museum" is divided into different themes and you could find traditional and contemporary work there.





Coloured glass can ever be so pretty and interesting.



-odd feeling of satisfaction-



Not glass but I love the colours.







Glass, glass, and glass.



Mirrors and glass. Looks like the backdrop for a futuristic kpop MV, where the boy group will appear out of nowhere and start dancing.





OK HERE'S SOMETHING FUN: THE TOILETS ARE FUNCTIONAL!
Now you could pee while having a clear view of the outside world!
Second photo was taken from within the washroom.







They also have a mini-garden for nature-ish exhibits. Cool stuff.
Recommended if you don't have anything to do and visited most of the popular tourist spots in Jeju Island. Heh.
Paid programs like glass blowing are also available for visitors.



-when mini melts are a huge thing in Singapore and you had to queue to get a cup, the Koreans have these at convenience stores-



Glass Castle Museum
1403, Jungsanganseo-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
제주특별자치도 서귀포시 중산간서로 1403 (상예동)
Web: Glass Castle Museum

Admission Fees
Adults (ages 19+): ₩9,000
Youths (ages 13-18): ₩8,000
Children (ages 6-12): ₩7,000







(I promise, a few more posts to go before I post the schedule!)



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