This study was conducted to survey the diversity and distribution of mushrooms growing spontaneously on Jeju Island in the last eight years. Approximately 2,000 specimens of mushrooms were collected in Gotjawal, Hallasan Natural Park, and Oreum, the habitats where a rich diversity of mushrooms was expected, from 2006 to 2013. They were identified as 74 families, 213 genera and 511 species. Thus, including 69 families, 99 genera and 561 species from the previous study conducted in 2005, a total of 83 families, 257 genera and 740 species of wild mushrooms have been recorded. This study would support new information for fungal flora in Korea and preliminary data for further studies on mushroom diversity.