Really beautiful especially you can see the efforts they put on the museum. Well, it is not that big but every corners worth a picture. You don’t need to worry if the place doesn’t suit you because the pictures keep changing. Just wait for the one you like and take a photo with it. There is also cafe in the museum.Overall was not bad and I love the piano stage the most. Don’t forget to have a look at it!
It was my first time visiting an aquarium in South Korea. Overall experience was great! Although it was not extremely big, but still I enjoyed a lot at there. And they also prepared many photo spots for the visitors to take photo. And I also gain a lot of knowledge because they provide every information very clear at each section. Definitely recommend you to pay a visit with your friend or family. It is worth it.
This was a very beautiful and fun outing. The view from the cable cars is unmatched, and there is a park at the end with cool exhibits and walking/hiking trails. If we’d known, we certainly would have worn different shoes so we could explore a bit more. It was reasonable priced and appeared family friendly.
We were experiencing a super bad air quality for Busan and the SeaLife Aquarium was the perfect refuge for us. Right at 10am we approached the counter, showed my phone and proceeded down the escalator to catch the staff feeding several of the tanks. It was like our own private feeding tour. The Aquarium was nearly empty, making it easy to be physically distant. We did wear our masks. And our temperatures were checked when we entered and we did have to write down our contact info (standard for Korea). Once inside the Aquarium, you can purchase tickets for the glass bottom boat. There are limited educational signs in English but overall very enjoyable experience, especially considering the poor air quality.
Sea Life was a wonderful experience overall and I think you should for sure check it out when you're in Jeju (on a rainy day, of course)! There was a ton of variety in the marine life and the facility itself was quite large. My girlfriend and I arrived to Jeju on a cloudy morning and this was our first stop. We had our big hiking bags full of clothes, and luckily Sea Life has lockers (I believe it was only a few thousand won for one locker) which easily fit our bags! I was impressed with the animals here and really enjoyed my time walking through and seeing everything. We got to see penguins, seals, and sea otters up close! My only real complaint was that some of the animals (especially the giant octopus) had "cages" (not sure if that's the right word) that were just way too small. The giant octopus' enclosure was abysmally small and I wish it had a much larger enclosure. Hopefully they will put the larger animals in bigger enclosures, but only time will tell. Luckily most animals seemed to have more than an adequate amount of space, so that was nice. Overall, I would definitely say to come here if you have time! Just be prepared that it's about an hour taxi ride to Sea Life, and our taxi cost us around 50k won ($45). It's worth the drive, in my opinion!
There was a long wait to board because it was a holiday weekend but there's lots to see and do at the building. The view is amazing and although you don't look at your feet often in the crystal cabin, I'm still glad I got it. There's a large park with hiking paths on the other side and lots of street food. There's a lot to see/do and I spent almost 5 hours at songdo.