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Let’s go to the mysterious island of Jeju Series 1 : Nature

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Jeju, a beautiful and mysterious island!


It is a popular tourist destination in Korea that attracts many visitors.


Well then, today I will introduce Jeju’s tourist attractions.


In this post, I will mainly introduce natural attractions!





Let's begin😎



Hwansang Forest is a mysterious forest where various plants grow in the terrain created by lava erupted from volcanic activity. Visitors can experience the unique scenery of falling leaves in spring and greenery in winter. There are also seating areas available for you to sit and relax, so enjoy nature at your own pace! Additionally, a foot bath experience is available for those who may feel fatigued from a long journey. This experience allows visitors to relax and rejuvenate their feet in warm water infused with healing properties from Jeju's native plants.



Address: Jeju-do, Jeju-si, Special Self-Governing Province, Hangyeong-myeon, Nokchabunjae-ro, 594-1 KR

Work: 9AM – 6PM (Sun 1 – 6PM)




Seongsan Ilchulbong is a massive peak that is also called a palace on the sea. The ‘Ilchul’ of Seongsan Ilchulbong means sunrise, and true to its name, it is renowned for its stunning sunrise views. You can also enjoy horseback riding and boating, and also enjoy the rape blossoms in full bloom from March to April. Wish for happiness by watching the sunrise from the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong, which is said to be the most stunning view of Jeju Island!



Address: 78 Seongsan-ri, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do

Work:  7AM – 8 PM (Mon, Closed)




In Saryeoni Forest Path, you can see towering trees and various animals not commonly seen in the city. It is believed that strolling along the paths and breathing the fresh air here can alleviate stress and enhance intestinal and cardiopulmonary functions. The snowy landscape of this place harmonized with pine trees is famous, but especially on rainy days, listening to the gentle mist and rain sounds and admiring the grandeur of Eongtto Falls, which can only be seen on rainy days, can add an even more special feeling of your trip.



Address: San 137-1 Gyorae-ri, Jocheon-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do

Work: 9 AM – 6 PM (Mon, Closed)




Woljeongri Beach is a stunning location with a picturesque blend of the emerald sea and the village. As this view became famous, several cafes prepared chairs to relax while enjoying the sea view, and photos taken from these spots have become famous. If you have captured the beauty of the sea in photos, why not experience it yourself? At Woljeongri Beach, you can enjoy a variety of water sports such as surfing, snorkeling, and kayaking in the azure waters.



Address: 33-3 Woljeong-ri, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do




Soesokkak is a renowned destination where you can relish the deep valley, blue sea, and a distant sight of Hallasan Mountain simultaneously. Soesokkak has high cliffs on both sides and a lush forest above, creating an aura of a mystical valley. In the past, it was considered sacred land, and people were not allowed to throw stones or play in the water. Embarking on a leisurely paddle through this enigmatic valley in a transparent kayak, offering a view of the seabed, will undoubtedly create an indelible memory!



Address: 138 Soesokkak-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do

Work: Open 24 hours




Udo is an island within an island, requiring a 15-minute boat ride from Jeju Island, but there are many things to enjoy as many people visit it. Make sure to visit Seobin Baeksa, a coral beach rare in the world where white sand and emerald sea harmonize. In addition, a variety of foods are available, including ice cream and handmade burgers made with peanuts, a specialty of Udo Island. You can take the circular bus if you want to tour major tourist attractions comfortably, but we recommend renting a bicycle!



Address: Udo-myeon, Jeju-si, Jeju-do



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