Three Hanok Hotels for an Authentic Korean-Style Stay
There are many places to stay on Jeju. But Hanok-style accommodation is the only way to get a traditional Korean experience. Here are three great options.
Archaeological Site in Gosan-ri, Jeju
Designated Historic Site No. 412, it was considered to be invaluable in the study of Neolithic cultures both on Jeju, on mainland Korea, and in Northeast Asia
Yellow Corvina Statue
A Representative Site on Chujado
Images of Jeju Island are shared at this gallery which specializes in exhibiting the photographic work of Jeju and emerging artists
Damgeumung Foot Bath Cafe
Take a healthy and comfortable rest with a foot bath that controls the water temperature with a constant precision of 38-42 degrees!
Daewangsan Volcanic Cone (Wanmoe, Wangme, Wangmi)
Where the Day Begins in the Eastern Edge of Jeju
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.
Sinyang Beach (Seopjikoji)
Canola Flowers and Aquatic Blue Ocean
A park and playground built along the scenic Yongdam-Iho Coastal Road
Admire this small west coast working port
Green Grass Meadows
Green Grass Meadows Farming Association Corporation does not use pesticides or chemical fertilizers to ensure its quality of its organic agricultural products, including vegetables, green tea, eggs, milk, pork, and beef.
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