Winter in Namwon-eup (Part 2)
In continuation of <Winter in Namwon-eup Part 1>, in which various spots for winter sightseeing and cafés in the southern villages of Jeju were introduced, Part 2 will explore places where you can experience hearty meals to fill up your hunger in cold and one-day classes that you can enjoy indoor. First, have a tasty meal made of Jeju's ingredients such as red-banded lobsters, stone octopus, and pork. Then, work off your meal by keeping your hands busy making something memorable. A travel course like this will surely present a special time out of what could be otherwise a long, monotonous winter.
Ganse Doll Workshop @ Jeju Olle Tourist Center
Ganse Doll Workshop at Jeju Olle Tourist Center
The WE is the nation’s first model combining hotel and healthcare services. In addition to medical treatments, The WE not only arranges a variety of healthcare programs including its Health Promotion Center’s internal anti-aging care and the Beauty Center’s aesthetic anti-aging services, but also offers experiences and services that typify a five-star hotel.
Gonae-ri Cliffside Shelter
A cliffside shelter with beautiful coastal scenery
Gwakji Seashell Mound
Artifacts From the Bronze Age to the Proto Three Kingdoms Period
Facilities Include Showers, Toilets, WiFi, and Store and More
Geumnyongsa Temple, located in Gimnyeong-ri in the eastern part of Jejudo, is naturally the perfect place for meditation, where flat rocks and pine trees create a picture of a yellow dragon and a blue dragon in harmony.
Geumdeok Soapberry and Hackberry Tree Colony
Jeju Monument No. 6
Gwangryeong Mandarin Trees
Located in Aewol-eup, Jeju City
Daeyoo ATV Hunting & Shooting Land
Enjoy 3.6 square kilometers in which to enjoy the thrill of this sport
A Place Preserving the Standing Stone that Depicts Chusa’s Days in Exile
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