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Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)

  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)
  • Spirited Garden (생각하는 정원)

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Address
675, Nokchabunjae-ro, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju-do
제주특별자치도 제주시 한경면 녹차분재로 675 (한경면)
Type
Recreational Forests/ Arboretums
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-64-772-3701
Homepage
http://eng.spiritedgarden.com
(English, Korean, Chinese)
  • Information
    Introduction
    Spirited Garden is the new name of Bunjae Arpia, renamed in 2007 to commemorate the 15th anniversary after opening and to renew the garden as an international garden. Hundreds of potted plants are located in Nature Garden with a theme of oreum and water. The history of the garden started in 1963 when Seong Beomyeong, a director, came to Jeju and cultivated the wasteland full of rocks. The garden came into the international spotlight as the beautiful garden was created from the wastelands by a single farmer. The garden has been visited by many honored public figures such as Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao from China, Nakasone from Japan, Kim Yongsun from North Korea and others. Currently, about 400 planted trees are on display. Also, visitors can see various facilities including stone walls and stone towers stacked with Jeju volcanic stones, the largest artificial waterfalls in Jeju, and a pond meeting the waterfalls with large-sized carp.

    Telephone
    +82-64-772-3701

    Closed
    N/A (Open all year round)

    Duration
    60 minute

    Shopping Information
    Various tropical fruits, fish and seafood from Jeju sea, Jeju black pigs, Chinese dishes, etc.

    Activity Information
    Tree, Let’s play!
    - Program: Tree storytelling, tree observation, tree song and healing dance, tree golden bell, making a mini pot of my own, etc.

    Making a Mini Pot of my Own (duration: 90 minute)
    - Program: Planting coffee tree and sensitive plant, tour of the garden, learning about trees

    Stamp Art (duration: 60 minute)
    - Program: Tour of the garden, tree storytelling, making a leaf stamp handkerchief

    Planting a Tree in my Heart (duration: 90 minute)
    - Program: Tour of the garden, writing a tree-related poem, painting a tree on handkerchief, leaf stamp, etc.

    Green Food Story (duration: 120 minute)
    - Program: Learning about Kimchi's history, effect, and type, making kimchi

    Age Limit for Activities
    Varies by program

    Operating Hours
    November-March 08:30-18:00
    April-October 08:30-19:00
    * Last admission: one hour before closing.
    * Available to stay until sunset

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Admission Fees
    Adults (from university students): Individuals 10,000 won / Groups 8,000 won
    Seniors (ages 65 or more) & Middle & High school students: Individuals 8,000 won / Groups 6,000 won
    Children (ages 3 to elementary school students): Individuals 6,000 won / Groups 4,000 won

    * People with disabilities pay group rate admission.
    * Group: 20 people or more

    Parking Fees
    Free

    Restrooms
    Available

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