Lotte Hotel Jeju
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Lotte Hotel Jeju Seogwipo
Travel Blogs from Seogwipo
... in the huts. Near the exit of the park, there were 3 lady drummers and this cute 5 year old boy who was imitating mom and seems to know what he was doing. We finally found the coast line bus #701 and were treated to 1.5 hours of fabulous sceneries for just $3. Our last meal in Korea was a buffet which included many island favorites. Unfortunately like most buffets the dishes tend to be lukewarm. Now we are really ready for some piping hot meals in ...
... view at the top remains of the japanese war in 1945 and that was pretty cool. The view was of the mount Hallasan and the many different Hiking is indeed tiring and requires lots of patience as the reward is really hours of pain later. Lunch was at a small korean eatery eating beef. Went to the (?) waterfall and by then my feet was all about to give way. There was 3 waterfalls and the 1st one wasn't much as there was no ...
... the snowline which looked like slush but was actually solid ice. Wheeeeeee! It would have made an excellent entry to Australia's Funniest Home Videos, the way I managed to land on my backside and right knee at the same time. Thankfully no injury except to my dignity. While I was picking myself up and brushing the slushy dirt off, another four walkers behind me also went for an unscheduled slippery slide ride in rapid succession. This made me feel not quite so stupid.
Monday was a fairly leisurely day for us, we were on holiday after all! We got up late and trekked down to Cheonjiyeon Waterfall which is in Seogwipo harbour. It was incredibly hot for the duration of our trip in Jeju so it was rather tormenting looking at all these beautiful, luscious waterfalls that you weren't allowed to swim in. The best you could do was to admire them, from a sometimes very far away viewing platform and pour some ...
... women divers (called haenyeo) undertake their work without oxygen tanks, wearing wetsuits, diving masks, weight belts, and gloves. They are very low tech, using polystyrene floats, nets, knives and spears, and they are able to hold their breath for up to two minutes and reach a depth of 20m.
It is a concern that these women divers will soon be part of Jeju Island's past - the last generation of divers, as the women are all getting on a bit (as you will see from ...