Caves Search results
MapSearch results 18Item
Tourist SitesSearch results 18Item
RestaurantsSearch results 0Item
LodgingsSearch results 0Item
ShoppingSearch results 0Item
Theme travelSearch results 21Item
Remnants of Jeju’s tragic history: The Japanese colonial period
As with many parts of Korea and the region in general, Jeju Island has experienced a significant amount of strife over the centuries. The Japanese occupation (dating roughly from 1910 to 1945) is one such event which has left lasting scars on the island and it’s people. But we shouldn’t look away...
'Winter in Jeju is romantic'
Although December is definitely chilly, there are many seasonal and romantic things to do. Many visitors from warmer parts of the world are choosing to come to Jeju to enjoy the winter season — many experiencing snow for the first time!
The Lungs of Jeju (Exploring Gotjawal Forest)
For much of the year, the most popular hiking spots on Jeju are the Olle Trails that line the island’s coast, and the paths that lead to the 1,950-meter-high summit of Hallasan Mountain. However, in the summer—when the heat becomes too much—the island’s hikers take to the shade of Gotjawal forests. This shade makes a big difference to the temperature of the area. Research by the National Institute of Forest Science found that in summer, the Physiological Equivalent Temperature of Gotjawal can be 12 degrees lower than that of residential or commercial areas. What all this means is that if you’re looking for a place to stay cool on a hot summer day while still enjoying the outdoors, then visiting Jeju’s Gotjawal is a must.
Festivals/EventsSearch results 0Item
EtcSearch results 0Item
PhotographySearch results 0Item
InstagramSearch results 0Item