As the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island—also known as the “Island of the Gods”—is a popular holiday destination for both locals and tourists. In addition, the island has also remained as a top honeymoon destination for Korean newlyweds.
But there is really no question as to why this is so. Jeju Island is bursting with endless scenic frames, their coastal line is dotted with picturesque waterfalls and there are various cultural attractions to immerse yourself in.
Just an hour’s plane ride away from Seoul, you really should cater a day or two in your itinerary to visit this drop-dead gorgeous Korean island. Here are 17 Things You Must See & Do In Jeju Island.
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Jeju Island is a gorgeous place for those who are after a refreshing breath of air while enjoying the picturesque views of the sea. This spectacular island is located right off the coast of South Korea—an hour’s flight from Seoul.
Let us all take some time to appreciate the beautiful cafes this amazing island has to offer; most come with good coffee, aesthetic interiors and scenic sea views. A visit to these places will complete your holiday at Jeju Island.
Here is a list of 8 stunning cafés in Jeju Island you must visit.
Jeju Island is off the coast of South Korea, known as the “Island Of the Gods”. It is a popular tourist destination that is three times bigger than Seoul city and is accessible via direct flights from Korea’s domestic airports and neighbouring countries such as Japan and China.
Jeju Island is best known for being the home to many deep-diving women, or Haenyeos who would put on their wetsuits to dive into the sea for the freshest octopus, clams, squid, seaweed and other kinds of seafood.
With that, you should know that raw seafood is the specialty of many restaurants in Jeju Island, on top of their local produce such as barbecued pork from Jeju’s black pigs and pheasants.
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