As a Vegetarian/Vegan, Worry No More! <English Map of Jeju Meat-free Restaurants & Cafes>
In Korea, vegetarianism became a hot topic after famous celebrities such as Lee Hyo-ri, Lee Hanee, and Lim Soo-jeong announced that they would no longer eat meat. Not only domestic but also foreign celebrities have come to promote the benefits of a vegetarian diet. If you fall into this category, then we have just the map for you! Here is a downloadable JPG in Korean and English with 32 Jeju restaurants and six bakeries/cafes that have vegetarian/vegan options.
The remnants of volcanic lava flows provide a quiet and simple atmosphere.
Yellow Corvina Statue
A Representative Site on Chujado
Daewangsan Volcanic Cone (Wanmoe, Wangme, Wangmi)
Where the Day Begins in the Eastern Edge of Jeju
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
Arario Museum Dongmun Motel2
A contemporary art museum that introduces contemporary artworks from inside and outside of Korea and provides an artistic experience
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.
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!
Images of Jeju Island are shared at this gallery which specializes in exhibiting the photographic work of Jeju and emerging artists
Admire this small west coast working port
Sinyang Beach (Seopjikoji)
Canola Flowers and Aquatic Blue Ocean
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