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... down they are home, please come on in. Still predominantly a farming community the walled town is mostly surrounded by rice and vegetables fields and each home generally has a it's own garden patch as well where pumpkin seems to be the current crop of choice.
After a wander about the village I head to Haebichi Beach in Pyoseon. I am advised this is one of the best beaches on the island and since I am in the area I should check it out. ...
... descriptions of vivid waterfalls plunging a hundred metres into the ocean down jet black cliffs; no interesting accounts of lava tubes and basalt columns; no detailed word-portraits of glorious sunsets over crater lakes. No. None of that. Maybe ...
Jeju is a pretty island of volcanic origin and Korea's most popular holiday destination. Therefore they like to call it the "Hawaii of Korea". Unfortunately it wasn't as warm as Hawaii but at least warmer than the freezing mainland. The island boasts plenty of natural wonders: In the center is Hallasan - with 1.950m Korea's highest mountain, on the eastern seashore is ...
... we found a place that had a tourist sign claiming to have one of the 12 scenic sights of Jeju Island. It was a rock formation sticking out of the coastline that closely resembled a dragon head. While this was somewhat of a stretch to call it a dragon it was a cool spot on the coast, and a nice goodbye to the Island.
All that was left to do was return the car, catch a bus back to the airport, fly to Seoul, take the bus back home, and then catch up on some much needed sleep. ...
... with its odd-shaped volcanic rocks, one can see Jeju Island as picturesque scenery.
What should we expect when we are in Jeju? Rocky roads and undeveloped area? I was thinking about that when I was on my way to Jeju Island. I knew about Jeju Island from Korean drama - "Daejanggeum" - there was a part where Janggeum was sent to Jeju Island as a slave and she spent a few years there learning medicine from a doctor and returned to the ...