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This long 9km stretch of coastline makes for a perfect holiday. Beautiful coloured seawater and surrounding forests create a sense of paradise, with plenty of other attractions nearby. Visit Hamrin Park, where you’ll find the tourist sites of Hyeopjaegul Cave and Ssangyonggul Cave. Or travel to Biyangdo Island just off the coast, where there are camping grounds and a secluded stretch of water.
Jeju Island Food
Jeju Island is home to some unique flavours so a visit here must include some culinary exploration! Try the seaweed and sea urchin soup, raw seafood, barbecued pork from the island’s famous black pigs, and pheasant. A recommended stop is the Countryside Restaurant where you can try five-layered pork!
Manjang Cave and Lava Tubes
A perfect spot to both cool down and explore the natural wonder of Jeju Island, the Manjang cave is over 8km long, with 1km of public walkway space. If you’re not scared of delving into a deep, expansive cave, you can immerse yourself deep into nature. The cave is formed by cooling lava, and its dark, cold, narrow interior may leave you feeling a little spooked. Photo from http://www.visitkorea.or.kr
Seongsan Sunrise Festival
The Seongsan Sunrise Festival takes place at ‘Sunrise Peak’ (or the Seongsang Ilchulbong Peak) each New Year’s Eve. The sunrise is spectacular up here and the festival includes a night hike up to the peak, lit by lanterns. Traditional dance performances are held where participants hold hands while moving in a large circle making wishes for the new year ahead. A festive and spirited occasion, fireworks and aerobics demonstrations are also on the list! Photo from http://asianeglish.visitkorea.or.kr