This newest addition to Jeju’s extensive set of museums is a $100 million, multi-year project. It opened April 24 in Andeok-myeon, not far from the O’Sulloc Tea Museum and Jeju Global Education City. It’s about a 30 to 40 minute drive from Jeju City.
As it is new, all the displays and science experiments are refreshingly up-to-date with regard to the science and engineering, as well as being pristine (undamaged). Even though the Jeju Aerospace Museum was well attended on its first Saturday, it was by no means crowded (in part because of the very large space it occupies.)
It is clear that JAM, as it is known, will be an excellent and informative destination for visitors to Jeju. JWW will have a complete write-up in the coming days.