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Jeju Mini Land 제주미니랜드

  • +82-64-782-7720
606, Bijarim-ro, Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do

Taking over 5 years to complete, Jeju Mini Mini Land is a spacious park featuring miniature versions of famous attractions from around the world. Over 116 architectural wonders and UNESCO World Heritage sites from 50 different countries are represented in the park. To name a few, the park offers miniature Bulguksa Temple, the Statue of Liberty, the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and so on. The original works are reproduced at 1/15 or 1/30 of their original size. As the first miniature park in Korea, it has become one of the most popular attractions on Jeju Island.

Some great attractions are located nearby the park, such as Manjanggul Cave, Bijarim Forest, Jeju Stone Museum, Sangumburi Crater, Myeongdoam Tourist Ranch, Brazil Folk Performance Hall, Jeolmul Natural Recreation Forest, and the Seongeup Folk Village.

Utilization information

・Maximum Occupancy : O

・Age limit : Visitors (ages 5 and more)

・Information : * Hat craft, T-shirt making, eco-bag crafting, pouch crafting
- Fee: 10,000 won
- Duration: 30 min

* Handkerchief making
- Fee: 5,000 won
- Duration: 30 min

・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-64-782-7720

・Parking Facilities : 150 cars available

・Closed : Open all year round

・Operating Hours : December to March 08:30-17:30
April to June 08:30-18:00
July to August 08:30-19:30
September to November 08:30-18:00 (* Open hours of are subject to change)

Film Locations

Filming Site of Which Star Are You From

Admission Fees

- Adults: 9,000 won / Group 7,000 won
- Teenagers: 7,000 won / Group 3,500 won
- Children: 5,000 won / Group 3,000 won

- Adults: 7,000 won / Group 5,000 won
- Teenagers: 5,000 won / Group 3,000 won
- Children: 4,000 won / Group 2,500 won

The military, police officers, senior citizens (65 year and over) and men of national merit (license required)
- 7,000 won / Group 5,000 won

※ Groups are 20 or more people.

Available Facilities

Restaurant, gift house, fast food restaurant, convenience store, etc.


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