Festivals in Jeju, South Korea

  • Jeju Field-Burning Festival

    • 7 Mar 2013–9 Mar 2014

    The Jeju Field-Burning Festival is a ceremony to pray for health and a good harvest in the coming year. The festival offers a number of hands-on events where visitors can participate in folk games and traditions, and you can also enjoy the sights of Jeju Island’s stunning natural environment

  • Jeju Cherry Blossom Festival

    • 29 Mar 2013–31 Mar 2014

    Jeju's King Cherry Tree blossoms can be seen all over Seogwipo’s downtown area and the surrounding Jeju Sports Complex. The petals of Jeju’s King Cherry Tree blossoms are the largest and most luxurious among all the cherry blossoms. The King Cherry Trees fully blossom for only 2 to 3 days, during the festival period in April. Come listen to the soothing music as you take a romantic stroll down the gorgeous cherry blossom boulevard on beautiful Jeju Island.

  • Jeju Canola Flower Festival

    • 19 Apr 2014–21 Apr 2014

    The Jeju Canola Flower Festival is one of the most famous festivals in Jeju, and attracts large numbers of visitors every year. In addition to enjoying the vibrant landscape, visitors can participate in a variety of festival events that showcase the unique spirit of Jeju Island. The 2013 Jeju Canola Flower Festival will take place on Udo Island (우도).

    Program : Udo peanut cracking, canola flower bee-sting therapy, female sea divers experience, singing contest, dance show, traditional performances

  • Jeju Olle Walking Festival

    • 31 Oct 2014–2 Nov 2014

    The Jeju Olle Walking Festival unfolds along the scenic roads of Jeju Island, the most popular vacation destination in all of Korea. As you walk along you’ll be treated to an intimate look at the beauty of Jeju: numerous Oreums (‘small volcanic mountains’ in Jeju dialectic), expansive coasts, and stone walls full of character. During the festival, each village along the walking course greets participants with delicious local food and a colorful array of traditional performances.

    Participants will complete one Jeju Olle course each day of the festival and experience diverse cultural events as they travel. The festival began for the first time in 2010 and will continue to be hosted every November. For participation information and to register online, please visit the homepage of the Jeju Olle Walking Festival.

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