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O'sulloc Tea Museum - Grass lawn
Cheju

Jeju island has perfect climate for farming the best quality tea. Osulloc was built at the enterance of Seogwang Tea Farm owned by Sulloc Tea Company. The museum was built to promote the understanding of traditional Korean tea culture while enjoying a varity of green tea.

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Uploaded: 14/07/2009
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