Omegi tteok is a type of tteok (Korean rice cakes) particular to the region of the Jeju Island.
The rice cake is made with glutinous millet and sweet rice.
Once you take a bite, you will discover the red bean filling inside. The outer layer is coated with whole red beans
Making ‘Shindari’ (Fermented drink)
Shindari is a Jeju traditional fermented beverage made from barley or rice. It is made by putting nuruk,
the round-shaped wheat malt fermentation starter, into a mix of boiled grain and water. Following fermentation,
the grain and water become a sweet and sour alcoholic drink, mild enough for people of all ages to enjoy.
Making ‘Jeju Mandarin Gwazzle’ (Jeju traditional Snack)
Jeju Mandarin Gwazzle is one of the most famous and popular souvenirs in Jeju.
Gwazzle is a one kind of ‘Hangwa’ which is Korean traditional snack. It is made with rice, honey and mandarin oranges.
The taste is popular with everyone regardless of age or gender.
Making Seashell Candles
Making a seashell candle is a fitting way to commemorate your visit to Jeju.
This activity lets you make a one-of-a-kind, unique item to take home.
Trying on a Hanbok
The Hanbok is traditional Korean clothing.
Although the Hanbok is generally only worn on special occasions or during national holidays,
it is growing in popularity among young couples and visitors from other countries.
Nowadays it is one of the most popular activities for international visitors who come to Korea.
Tasting Jeju tea
There are various kinds of tea flavors in Jeju such as mandarin (citrus),
green tea, dwarf bamboo tea, and more. You can taste the variety at the free tea-tasting booth.
* The above programs are the sample of cultural events, the event programs for the conference will be updated soon.