Since its foundation, Ilchulland has continuously developed into a remarkable center of
tourism for the eastern part of Jeju Island, an island of peace.
On January 1st, 1972, a new creation came into the world on a broad and flat rock where farming cannot be carried out at the village of Samdal-ri, Seongsan-eup.
Fulfilling a promise with father
In the 1970s, when his children left their hometowns to chasing their dreams of doing business in the city rather than farming by selling bequeathed land, a father expressed his sadness with tears. Unable to see his father like this, the youngest made a promise. Clenching his fist, he swore, “Father, I will make a beautiful arboretum at Seongsan-up, your beloved hometown, with more spacious and sustainable land than the land that was bequeathed by you to your six sons and one daughter. I will make an arboretum that people will want to visit again and again.”
About 36 years of striving to fulfill the promise to his father Purchasing land of 300m2 and 3,300m2 and meetings with camellia and hackberry
On April 28, 2002
After enduring suffering for several decades, Micheon Cave Tourist District, Ilchulland, has begun.
Start of Ilchulland