Visit Jeju

Jeju of South Korea is a popular tourist destination known for its stunning landscapes, unique food culture, and world-renowned hospitality. Located off the coast of South Korea's main island, Jeju has been called the "Hawaii of South Korea" due to its tropical climate and natural beauty. Popular tourist attractions include the dramatic coastline along Hallasan National Park and Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak - a volcanic crater formed over 100,000 years ago. Shopping enthusiasts will also enjoy exploring Jeju's bustling markets where local vendors offer an array of fresh produce and traditional goods.

For those interested in history, Jeju was once home to a matriarchal society known as haenyeo - female divers who harvested seafood from the ocean for centuries. This fascinating cultural tradition continues today with the Jeju Haenyeo Museum that provides visitors with insight into this unique way of life. Visitors can also explore Manjanggul Cave - one of the longest lava tubes in the world created by an ancient volcanic eruption on Jeju Island over two million years ago!

Cities in Jeju