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Photo by Eric Hevesy.

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Sanbangsan at Night by Eric Hevesy. It is a renowned Buddhist temple. Yongmeori Coast : a place where the Sanbangsan mountain dives into the ocean, and it looks as if a dragon's head is going underwater, creating a majestic scenery by the sea. Yongmeori Coast by Douglas Macdonald. Seongeup Folk Village : in this traditional village are old houses, natal houses of historical figures.

Located at the foot of Mt.

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Marado Island : the island is in the southern part of Korea. It's a good place to fish when the tide rises on the east and when the tide goes out on the west. There are more marine products found here than in any other area around Jeju Island. The cliff is 39m high and gives an aura of mystery to the island thanks to the cactus and silver grass that grow on it. Seobjikoji : Seobjikoji means cape in the Jeju dialect, an extension of land that juts out into the sea. Beomseom Island by Eric Hevesy.

Manjanggul Cave : is one of the most sensitive tunnels of lava in the world, so it was designated as a World Heritage Site. Manjanggul Cave. The site lies at the eastern end of Jeju Island. The island is full of tourism attractions: fishing, bike trails, submarine tours and cruises, including a trip under the sea by submarine. Photo: www.

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Hyeopjae Beach : a beach of clear waters, green meadows. It is located on the west side of Hallim-eup, and is an integral part of Hallim Park. The wonderfull white color of the sand comes from the large amounts of crushed seashells that have been mixed in with the sand. Hyeopjae Beach by Eric Hevesy. Sangumburi Crater : a crater more than 2km perimeter, and was designated a Natural Monument.

It is located on the southeast side of the Jeju city. Jeongbang Waterfalls : are the only waterfalls in Asian than discharges water directly into the sea. The Jeongbang Falls are on a high cliff overlooking the sea, and an old pine tree is tilted as if to fall into the ocean at any time. East about meters there is another waterfall called Sojeongbang.. Jungmun Beach by Eric Hevesy. Cheonjeyeon Falls : also called "The Pond of God".

They are located in Saekdal-dong. It is an excellent site with sources of mineral waters, and bridges that allow tourists pose for pictures. In May of every even-numbered year, the Chilseonyeo Festival is held here. Yongduam Rock Dragon Head Rock : is a volcanic rock that formed as a result of an eruption produced about two million years ago. It looks like the head of a dragon, nd is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Jeju.

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Teddy Bear Museum : this museum contains the largest worldwide collection of teddy bears made over the past years. The Jeongwol Daeboreum Fire Festival originates from the traditional harvesting of the grasses found in the local domestic farm animal pastures, which were annually set in fire each winter by the villagers as a way to exterminate harmful insects.

It has been held annually since Fire Festival by Douglas Macdonald.


Canola Flowers Festival : Jeju Island is the first area of Korea where spring arrives, therefore, since late February flowers start blooming becoming Jeju in a beatiful yellow land. The floral festival is celebrated in April.


Yeongdeunggut Chilmeoridang Rituals : in a certain date of the year are held some rituals throughout Jeju Island to implore Yeongdeung the goddess of the wind a calm sea and abundant fishing. The ritual known as Yeongdeunggut Chilmeoridang, joint beliefs of Haenyeo and folks about Yeongdeung. Its the only ritual performed exclusively for Haenyeo.

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Yeongdeunggut Chilmeoridang by Douglas Macdonald. Eating was always an adventure. Here we ate some of the best seafood ever…clams, mussels, crabs, abalones, and fish, all in a big pot of broth.

Here is Suwolbong, located on the west side of the island, famous for its stratus rock. We also climbed Mt. Basically, we climbed the volcano that formed Jeju. It was a 20 km During the summer, Jeju gets a lot of rain, and everyday we were here we had mostly cloudy skies. Today was no different and we actually got rained on during the hike.

The rock people are so cute!! The Trick Eye Museum looks like a lot of fun!

Kara is getting tall! Your email address will not be published. Sign me up for the newsletter! Jeju Stone Park Jeju is a volcanic island. Here are the Jeju rock people souvenirs that were for sale everywhere! Seafood Stew for Lunch Eating was always an adventure. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats.