Attraction 144 Sangye-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do 697-301, South Korea Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Daeyoo Land is special ?
Daeyoo Land opened in 1978 as a hunting ground and shooting range and recently opened an ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) track. Situated on 817 acres of land, Daeyoo Land includes a pistol range, rifle ranges, clay pigeon shooting, and an ATV track. It’s a great place to break away from your everyday life and enjoy the freedom of playing in the great outdoors.
Daeyoo Land (대유랜드) is open all year round. Beginners with no licenses are also allowed to hunt. Thus, it is the only hunting grounds where tourists can actually enjoy real hunting. Safety instructions are always given with the formation of 4 members per group along with a guide.
What to explore at Daeyoo Land?
You can learn hunting at any time of the year in this large reserve. Especially pheasant hunting, that it is hunting grounds is so popular that it is known internationally. Other than the hunting grounds, outdoor shooting ranges are prepared with revolvers as well as clay pigeon's enabling the customer to make his choice of guns.
After shooting, you can taste fried chicken and Shabu Shabu, which is slightly boiled meat in thick meat soup.
Daeyoo Land is where you can enjoy all-weather leisure sports, such as hunting, pistol shooting, clay shooting, rifle shooting, horse-back riding and ATV, all year round. At "Daeyoo Land", you can also taste pheasant dishes
How to get to Daeyoo Land?
From Jeju City, take a Seogwipo bound bus, get off at the Jungmun Tourist Complex, and then hail a taxi.
From Shin-Jeju, the drive is about 40 minutes. If coming from Seogwipo, go west on the 1136 and follow the signs.
By bus: Take a bus to the Jungmun Sightseeing Complex, then either take a shuttle bus or taxi to Daeyoo Land. For the shuttle bus schedule, call 064-738-0500. Korean only.
By personal vehicle: Coming from Jeju-si, follow the 1135 until it branches into the 1116. Make a left on the 1116 and then follow the signs. Warning: the 1116 meets up with the 1135 twice, once early in the journey from Jeju-si and once later on. If you see signs for the 1116 early in the trip (before you reach the Jeju City Race Track), do NOT turn onto it. It would not be a short-cut. If coming from Seogwipo, just follow signs on the 1136.
- Pheasant Hunting (and eating) in Korea- an AMAZING day!
- Fun skeet shooting even expensive
- Fun Fun Fun
- Taste like chicken
144 Sangye-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do 697-301, South Korea
“Pheasant Hunting (and eating) in Korea- an AMAZING day!” My husband and I had an absolutely fabulous day pheasant hunting at the Daeyoo Hunting Preserve on Jeju Island in South Korea, and then an excellent meal of (our) pheasant sashimi, roast pheasant, etc., washed down with wine, at their excellent pheasant restaurant! Daeyooland also has lovely gardens, a charming, helpful staff, and great coffee! We hunted with a guide and his trusty dog, walking for miles thru the beautiful countryside... and my husband did get us a pheasant! We also got to shoot skeet (and they have ATVing as well). My husband had hunted on Jeju many years ago when he was in the US Army and stationed in Korea, and I wanted to take him "home" and go hunting with him- and tourists can hunt at Daeyooland! As their website is only in Korean, our concierge at the JW Marriott in Seoul (an EXCELLENT hotel, which I've also reviewed) was kind enough to help make the arrangements for us. We flew to Jeju Island for the day, went hunting, and then walked around downtown Jeju, going to museums and some of the historic markets (there are 22!), buying and eating those famous Jeju oranges! Then we flew back to Seoul in the evening, having had a GREAT day!