3. O’sulloc Green tea field
O'sulloc Museum teaches visitors about Korea's traditional tea culture. The “o“ in “o'sulloc“, means to appreciate and enjoy, and it also stands for the origin of sulloc, only sulloc, and of sulloc tea.
The museum, which first opened in September 2001,is widely known in Korea. The entire building takes the shape of a green tea cup. It seeks to harmonize the cultures of the West and East, and past traditions with the modern world.
At the O'sulloc Museum, not only can visitors enjoy unique o'sulloc teas, but they can relax next to the lotus pond in the indoor garden. The second floor of the building has an observatory, so visitors can enjoy the views of the nearby green tea fields and the surrounding landscape.