hallasan Search results
MapSearch results 131Item
Tourist SitesSearch results 83Item
Hallasan Soju Factory
Enjoy the history, manufacturing process, and sample Jeju's own alcoholic beverage.
The Treasure of Jeju, Recognized by UNESCO, and a Roe Deer Sanctuary
Ora-dong green barley - buckwheat field
Green barley - buckwheat fields lying below Hallasan Mountain
Sara Oreum Volcanic Cone
A Picturesque Site Where Roe Deer Run Freely
RestaurantsSearch results 9Item
Located on the West Side of Udo Island
Located on Udo Island, Our Specialties Include Grilled Pork and Cuttlefish
Nilmori Dong Dong Means Waiting Earnestly for Something in the Jeju Language
Hallasan a rae cheot maeul Jeju Folk Village branch
100% Buckwheat naengmyeon of Jeju, the largest buckwheat producer
LodgingsSearch results 37Item
ShoppingSearch results 2Item
Theme travelSearch results 149Item
Hiking Hallasan Mountain
Hallasan is South Korea's biggest peak, reaching almost 2 kilometers (1,950 meters, to be precise) and climbing it might seem like a much physical preparation needed sport activity, but don't worry it is not as hard as it seems at first and possible for everyone.
From Muobeopjeongsa Temple to Donnaeko Valley, (Walking along Dongbaek-gil Trail)
On Hallasan Mountain, a mountain that represents Jeju, there is the Halla Trail, a fantastical forest path where you can meet nature. The Halla Trail, which surrounds the national forest that sits 600 to 800m above sea level, is an 80km-long forest path that connects Muobeopjeongsa, Sioreum Parasitic Cone, Suakgyo Valley, and Iseungak (Iseungi Volcanic Cone) by using a logistics road and forest trail built during the Japanese occupation of Korea and a transport road for shiitake mushroom farms. For some, Halla Trail is a place to experience the history, ecology, and forest culture of Jeju, whereas, for others, it is a place to heal the difficulties of everyday life. Among the various Halla Trails, we introduce Dongbaek-gil Trail where you can heal with nature and view the history and ecology of Jeju from a diverse perspective.
COVID-19 Control Procedures in Place on Jeju
Jeju and Korea have taken steps to control the spread of COVID-19. These measures include changes to the island’s visa-free policy and the temporary closure of some public tourist attractions. This has contributed to a situation whereby, as of March 30, the island has only had nine cases of COVID-19. Four of these patients have since recovered. Hopefully, these steps will effectively contribute to the efforts of the global community to stop the illness.
A white winter’s day on Hallasan Mountain: Hiking the Eorimok Trail
If you’d like to hike Jeju’s 1,950-meter-tall Hallasan Mountain in winter, then consider the Seongpanak or Yeongsil trail. But the 6.8-kilometer-long Eorimok course is also an enjoyable “winter wonderland”.
Festivals/EventsSearch results 7Item
Hallasan Wild Bracken Festival
Jeju Winter Festival
Jeju has prepared joy for the winter! This is the island's representative winter festival based in and around Jeju City.
Pink Muhly Festival (Jeju Herb Dongsan)
Jeju Herb Garden's Pink Muhly Festival
Jeju winter festivals to enjoy
Even though on the most pamphlets advertising trips to Jeju you can see photos of its white sand beaches and emerald-colored sea, going to Jeju in winter might as equally fun of an experience.
EtcSearch results 0Item
PhotographySearch results 0Item