Not only that, Jeju Island has the potential of tourism as compared to other big cities. In this area of white ginseng. Because besides the charm of natural romantic attractions. And the culture that attracts anyone who wants to visit here In matters of travel and transportation. Jeju Island is fully equipped with an international airport on the island. It also has a modern and convenient ferry terminal. As for the matter of eating And that accommodation is not in any way inferior to a city located on the mainland.
Lava Rock Cave, Kamun Peak
There are hundreds of lava rock caves in Jeju Island. But the place that is considered the pinnacle of the lava cave is at the summit of Mount Komun on the east side of the island. This is a cave that was formed by the explosion of lava from the summit until it became if abundant lava rocks spread over the area. Whether it is Man Jangkul cave, Bangdigul cave, Kimnyeong Kul cave Yongchon Donggul Cave Dang Chomul, Dong Kul cave, etc. Each cave has its own identity and different characteristics. Especially Yongcheon Dongkul Cave and Dang Cheumul Dongkul Cave, which contain the most beautiful and luxurious limestone formations compared to the rest.
Hallasan Mountain It is an extinct volcano with a height of 1,950 meters. It is the highest mountain in South Korea. And located in the middle of Jeju Island The highlight of this mountain is a crater with a circumference of 550 meters and a depth of 108 meters, and in the center of the box is a small lake. In an upside down It is also considered to have a wonderful ecosystem with a wide variety of wildlife and plants.
Udo Island is an island located on the eastern side of Jeju Island. Which the Korean word Udo means that Koh Wua Due to the nature of the island that looks like a crouching cow The island is featured in the beauty of nature. And the abundance of ecosystems The selling point that tourists should not miss is coral sand beach. Because the sand at this beach was formed from dead coral piling up into a rough sand. But is whiter than normal sandy beaches Another highlight is the sea with two distinct colors. Is clear blue near the coast That contrasts with the dark water color in the deeper areas Which is caused by the black lava rock from the eruption of the volcano that is under water.
Seopjikoji Bay is a small bay, as the name implies. Located on the southeast coast of Jeju Island. In the past, here is just an area of the sea with a vast grassland headlands. And full of strange rocks But it doesn’t get much attention from tourists. Later, churches, lighthouses and buildings were built. They were raised in this area to serve as a backdrop for the drama shooting. Because the specialty here is in the spring. The bright yellow euchae blooms in full bloom. This is a picture that caught the audience until it became the most romantic place in Jeju Island today.
Jusang Jeolredae is a rock that looks different from other rocks, that is, it is shaped like a hexagonal column, practiced in layers. All the way down to the coast All of this is a miracle that was created entirely from the hands of nature. The rock Jusang Jeolredae is another very interesting tourist attraction on Jeju Island. It is also registered as the 443th natural monument of Korea.
Jeongbang Falls is another famous waterfall in Jeju Island. It also has an important selling point: it is the only waterfall in Asia that has fallen into the sea. At an altitude of 23 meters, located in the south of Jeju Island. Jeongbang is also known as one of the three most popular waterfalls on the island, as well as Cheongjiyeon and Cheonjiyeon Waterfalls.
Seongsan Sunrise Peak
Seongsan Sunrise Peak is an extinct mountain and is about 180 meters high and looks like a volcanic crater formed by a volcanic eruption in the shallow sea 5,000 years ago, located in a small village. The eastern end of Jeju Island. Which here is one of the most beautiful and famous attractions on this paradise island. The tourists prefer to come to watch the sunrise on the viewpoint in the crater of the volcano. And most importantly, this peak is certified as South Korea’s No.1 World Heritage Site.