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Arario Museum Dongmun Motel2
A contemporary art museum that introduces contemporary artworks from inside and outside of Korea and provides an artistic experience
Seobok Exhibition Hall
In Commemoration of Seobok, Who Came to Jeju-do Island in Search of the Elixir Plant to Realize Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s Dreams of Immortality…
Jeju Culture and Art Center
A culture and art performance and exhibition hall operated by Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
Jeju Hangil Memorial Hall
Holy Ground That Holds the Independent Will of Jeju People
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Memorable Museums and Indoor Experiences
A trip to Jeju isn't just about the island’s nature. There are also plenty of fun indoor experiences you can try during your winter visit.
Remnants of Jeju’s tragic history: The Japanese colonial period
As with many parts of Korea and the region in general, Jeju Island has experienced a significant amount of strife over the centuries. The Japanese occupation (dating roughly from 1910 to 1945) is one such event which has left lasting scars on the island and it’s people. But we shouldn’t look away...
Dark Tourism: Painful memories of Jeju Island - Korean Independence (Aug. 15) and the Jeju Hangil Anti-Japanese Movement
The emerald sea and vast expanses of pasture, the fields of fragrant springtime canola flowers, and the windy island paths marked by basalt stone walls. This is undoubtedly Jeju scenery, and peaceful scenery at that. However, during the Japanese Occupation of Korea from 1910 to 1945, Jeju was used as a strategic outpost due to its proximity to Japan. Particularly at the end of World War 2, Jeju became an area where Japanese forces prepared to make a last stand, resulting in the island being caught up in the final frenzy of the war. This year marks the 72nd anniversary of the end of World War 2, and so in remembrance, here are a few of the wartime occupation sites that you can view for yourself and learn more about this tragic event in Jeju’s history.
Jeju Island: Seeing Jeju through Kim Young Gap’s eyes
Kim Young Gap's pictures are a record of the real Jeju Island that we might otherwise have missed. This is why voyaging through his insights is such as special experience.
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