The Greek Mythology Museum in Jeju Island (South Korea) has 7 interesting galleries including:
- The Creation Gallery
- The Olympus Gallery
- The Oracle Gallery
- The Hero Gallery
- The Human Gallery
- The Love Gallery
- The Greek Village
The museum also gives visitors the opportunity to dress up in an ancient Greek costume. What a great way to pay some respect to the Greek Gods.
Jeju Island is known as the “Island of the Gods” and when you think about it, it makes perfect sense. The South Koreans are pretty smart.
The Ice Museum and Trick Eye 3D Museum
The Trick Eye Museum in Jeju is a prime drawcard for indoor things to do on Jeju. The Trick Eye Museum offers the chance to take some great photos. The Trick Eye Museum is easily combined with a visit to the Greek Mythology Museum and shouldn’t be missed.
What else is there to do on Jeju Island?
Check out the 140 sculptures representing various sexual positions. Here we have a faun or satyr from Greek mythology having his way with a nymph.
Jeju Island is very popular with Korean Honeymooners.
Visitors need to be at least 18 years old to enter. Anyone bringing kids can leave them in a play area with anime themes. They think of everything on Jeju.
Jeju Island Waterfalls
Jeju possesses great natural beauty. I don’t think anyone would disagree after knowing that these beautiful waterfalls exist on Jeju Island.
Korean food looks delicious. It’s almost worth a visit just to taste the food. Yum.
There are so many more places to visit on the island. It’s Korea’s Hawaii.