New Crown Hotel
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... every hostel will be, (despite the fact that the only room we could get had bunk beds) it was clean, had a lovely communal area, had the friendliest staff, English tours to book and best of all a feature that every hostel should have; Happy Hour from 7:30pm to 9:00pm when if you go into the communal area you are given a free beer to get everyone integrated and chatting.
There was one irresistible tour that the hostel ran each evening to one of the ...
... This is an outdoor museum where traditional life in Jeju was shown.
That night we got an early night because we were going to ascend Mt. Hallasan, which is the tallest peak in South Korea.
The trail we were taking up was about 10km long and the trail on the way down was about 9km. We also had to add another 3.5km at the end to hike back to a bus stop. That's for a grand total of 22.5 km!
We arrived at the ...
... red bean paste and rice flour pancakes with cinnamon and bean paste. Then we wandered over to the Haenyeo Museum and watched the video on the history of the haenyeo and toured the museum. When we had finished we went back to the bus stop and caught the bus to Sunrise Peak. The mountain was full of tourists and locals and we began the climb to the top. However on our route we noticed that there were haenyeo diving below us on the beach and people were watching ...
... Jeongbang waterfall was very unique because it fell right into the ocean. There were even women selling raw seafood to eat right on the rocks of the beach. Both waterfalls were much prettier than any I’d seen before, except for the Silver Falls in Sapa, Vietnam. Segwipo was a much more casual, seaside town than Jeju-si in the north and I can’t wait to go back to explore more. To get back to Seoul I flew for the grand total of about $40, so I highly recommend that to anyone planning on going. ...
... On the way between the falls though you walk on a boardwalk that follows an irrigation canal from the early 1900s. This canal, as the placard says, was constructed with a lot of effort to allow irrigation and transformation of the downstream plain into rice paddies. Now, of course, it's been converted once again into a resort complex with hotels, museums and casinos, and the canal's been reduced to a water feature. Gotta love ...