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DAY 3 Jeju / Seongsan Sunrise Peak / Seopjikopji Coast /
Tap-dong Shapping Mall / Jeju Casino / Seongeup Folk Village
* Seongsan Sunrise Peak, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites. Upon
reaching the top of the hill, you will feel your mind clearing and be
away at the amazing sight unfolding ...
Busan - the second largest city in Korea is southeast of Seoul. It took less than 3 hours on the high speed train to get there. I was hoping to see some countryside of Korea but a large portion of this journey was through tunnels. I didn't realize Korea was quite so mountainous. The five beaches of Busan are scattered along the coast line and quite difficult to visit without a car. Ms. Cho, an alumin from Mizzou met us at the station and gave us maps ...
... to Udo island just off of Jeju.
We rented a few bicycles and biked around the small island. It was a very pretty island with great cliffs which black and white sand beaches.
While at the black sand beach we took a boat ride to see some caves in the cliff. The boat ride was so bumpy due to the giant swells that it was like a roller coaster. It was a lot of fun.
Our second full day on Jeju we went to see ...
... I went to the Philippines, also a popular tourist destination for Koreans, I saw dozens of couples with matching shirts, or shoes, or hats, sometimes all three! So in Jeju I was ready for it and sure enough on my flight from Busan to Jeju there was a couple with identical outfits from head to toe. They had matching shirts, pants, shoes, aaaand bags! Even more, it looked like they had just come from the wedding because the bride's hair and make-up was still impeccably done with glitter ...
... to make sure, I sent him a text message saying, "2 pm Seongsan police station...thanks!" to which he responded, *^^*. I thought that was pretty hysterical and so very Korean.
We kept on walking and ended up at the police station around 11:40. I soon discovered my wallet was coming on the bus that arrived there at 12:10, so I needed to wait or come back. Ronald and I decided to go ahead and climb Sunrise Peak and then come back. We got back to the station at five till ...