Jazz Village

Address: 2850 Sangye-dong, Jeju City, Jeju Island, Korea Rep. | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2850 Sangye-dong, Jeju City.
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      Travel Blogs from Jeju City

      Busan and Jeju island

      A travel blog entry by wiedmeyer2 on Nov 28, 2014

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... exhibition which is located in the lower level of the World Cup soccer stadium. The museum has a collection of traditional Korean dolls made of paper. Each doll is made uniquely with different expression. This is a very interesting place to visit but I wish it has more explanation on the process and the artistry design of making all these dolls.

      Mrs. Kang, another Mizzou alumni came to our hotel and took us to eat Shabu Shabu - Jeju's ...

      Early day... knocked myself out on the bike.

      A travel blog entry by maryamosmond on Jun 25, 2013

      27 photos

      ... of ourselves. hehehe!

      On the way out I spotted a stall selling charcoal grilled octopus. Just for the sake of trying I bought a serving without asking the price. Turned out the price is too expensive and the serving too much! At first it was ok, chewy with natural saltiness but after a while it taste bad, like eating soot. There went our 7,000w straight to the trash. Haha!

      On my way home on the bike it was just too windy and too comfy and at some point ...

      The haenyeo and Sunrise Peak

      A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 30, 2013

      15 photos

      This morning I went down for breakfast at 8:30am and chatted with a Japanese guest who was familiar with Aboshi where Andrew had lived. We discussed Korean for “that was delicious” as that was the first thing I had learned to say in Japanese. We were told mashi soyeo so now I must remember to say it after enjoyable meals.

      I was also given strawberries and a Jeju orange so, along with a fried egg sandwich we were ready to go to see the ...

      Jeju Island

      A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Oct 17, 2011

      248 photos

      ... how the lava flowed from the lines on the walls. It was really amazing how big and cavernous some parts were, up to 23 meters in the highest parts. After the lava caves I went to Songsan Illchebong, or "sunset peak" which is an extinct volcano with a huge crater from where the top was blown off. It was swarming with tourists, but had a very beautiful view on the 20 minutes climb up and from the top. Jeju is also very famous not just for its volcanoes, but also for a unique group of ...

      Off to jeju island

      A travel blog entry by deborahmcdaniel on Jan 24, 2011

      6 photos

      ... forward and eat!! there was a fork for me, so i did not have to use chopsticks!!! in fact all places had a least 1 fork for me!! traditional korean food is from the sea--all things!!!!! what got me was the live/wiggling chopped up small octipus pieces--which soomin's mother ate:) also, all water needs to be boiled 1st before using--had most wonderful citrus peel/honey tea! ...