In 2001, Jeju Island opened the "Jeju Teddy Bear Museum". The museum is located on Jeju island, along with the Sunrise Peak. The museum has 2 galleries of teddy bear models and bears dressed up as famous paintings like Mona Lisa and The Creation of Adam. (As shown in the website) The museum also has a cafe and a gift shop, where you can buy a teddy bear for yourself.
Lotte World is like America's "Disneyland". It is an indoor and outdoor amusement park, with roller coasters, an indoor ice rink, and other rides. The park also has a mall, hotel, and a museum. They also have parades, and they even have their own "mascots".
Built in the late 1300's, the Gyeongbokgung Palace was the first and largest palace to be built in the Joseon Dynasty. The palace is the largest of the five, and is located in northern Seoul, South Korea. The palace also shows past art and architectural design.
Also called "Seongsan Ilchulbong", this peak was created almost 5,000 years ago from hydro volcanic activity. (Volcano eruptions interacting with water) It is located on the the east side of Jeju Island, located near South Korea. It takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes to get from Seoul to Jeju by plane. You can hike up this hill in about 20 minutes and enjoy the view of the sea, as well as the oddly-standing rocks. The view is amazing and is worth the hike.