Fun in Korea : Jeju Day 1

April 16, 2014

Korea, i never been there before. I don't eat korean food so i think i will keep hungry during my trip T_T
No matter how i have to visit at least once in my life, so when my friend suggested it before our Japan trip, i was said YES! Really have no idea with Korea , so i started to watch some korean drama before i go, hope there can attract me more and bring me fun.

Between, it's a must to do my gel nails for every trip because i don't like my nails colour fade or damage in my trip, it will looks so ugly! LoL!

Let's start my trip, Korea! 
It's a long day for my first day, i took midnight flight and reached Incheon Airport around 5.45am, then need to go Gimpo Airport and take Bunsan Air to Jeju at 11am. Suffering in this period as i didn't sleep well in plane *sleepy x 10000*

Jeju , day 1.
Cooling day (8-10c) , Strong wind.

We were rent a big car which can fit 8 of us inside, before that you must have international driving licence. In Korea, driver side is at left hand side. Please take note, this is very important! You can go those car renting website to make a booking before your trip.If you don't have international licence, go take exam, fees roughly MYR150 per person. When you reach Jeju, go to their counter in airport and they will bring you to take a shuttle bus to take your car.

We were actually rent a bigger one - Starex , but when checked on the driving licence, officer told us our driving class is not qualified to drive such a big car like that.

First stop- Glass Castle Jeju.

Glass castle is a glass art theme park featuring an exhibition hall, gardens and models all made entirely out of glasses.
These include the world’s very first all-glass labyrinth, the world’s largest glass ball and largest glass diamond, a glass stonewall, a mirror lake, and a glass bridge. There are also glass art masterpieces by internationally famous artists from Italy, the Czech Republic, Japan, and more. 
Visitors to ‘Jeju Glass Castle’ can even experience making glass artwork. In the main hall of the Glass Castle they can try making glass ornaments, glass balloons, and glass bottles.

Operating Hours
09:00 ~ 18:00
※ The admission ticket office will be closed at 17:00
Admission Fees
*Age 19~64: 9,000 won (Groups of 30 or more: 8,000 won) 
*Age 13~18: 8,000 won (Groups of 30 or more 7,000 won)
*Age 12~5 : 7,000 won (Groups of 30 or more 6,000 won)
*Over 65, the handicapped: 8,000 won(The handicapped Age 13~18: 7,000, Age 12~5 : 6,000 won)
462, Nokchabunjae-ro, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju-si, Jeju-do 
제주특별자치도 제주시 한경면 녹차분재로 462

I like this, it is very pretty when under the sun and wind blowing . A beautiful melody from it when windy. 

Special glass toilet 
outside - we can't see inside
inside - we can see outside
dare to wee wee in this special toilet? =P

Second stop - Teddy Bear Museum

31, Jungmungwangwang-ro110beon-gil, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do 
제주특별자치도 서귀포시 중문관광로110번길 31 (색달동)

Operating Hours
09:00 - 20:00 (High season July 18th to August 23rd 09:00 - 22:00 
(Tickets are available for sale until 19:00)

Introducing my funny poser - Yennie 

Looks soooooo tired! no make up and simply wear,sorry my brain can't function anymore in my first day *embarrassed* 

again > <!!

Abalone dinner , yummy! 
But i don't know the english name of shop, sorry only in Korean words *sob*

My tiring Jeju day 1 ended.
To be continued ......

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