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Cozy and Warm: Jeju Scenery in Fall
As fall deepens with its colder winds, Hallasan Mountain’s autumn leaves spread its colors across Jeju. Jeju’s green scenery turns to red and yellow in fall. In contrast to the lively spring and summer, Jeju in fall is calm and cozy. Many tourists and locals come to parks and forest paths to enjoy the rare scenery that can only be captured in this season. There are many scenic spots for autumn leaves in Jeju, but temples and parks with fewer visitors are the best places to enjoy fall in Jeju. Here, we introduce you to some scenes of Jeju in the middle of fall, presented by its blue skies and colorful autumn leaves.
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.
Traveling Jeju in Meditative Thoughts: How to Travel Jeju Alone
When the heat of the summer passes and the cool winds of fall arrives, you naturally go lost in thoughts and seek some time alone. These days, you just want to leave, wherever the destination may be. Jeju is just the destination for traveling alone. There are many spots you can go to enjoy nature. There are also nicely paved paths for walking to ease your tour. You can travel easily by renting a car for quality time with yourself. However, you can also take a rickety bus alone to feel Jeju’s friendliness and the joys of anticipation. We introduce you to places where you can sink into your thoughts while traveling alone.
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Seogwipo Yahae Festival
Performances by artists and musicians with the beautiful backdrop of Pyoseon Beach
International Forum for Wellness Tourism in Asia
An international forum for sharing know-how and policies that promote wellness tourism in Jeju Island
Hueree Maehwa Flower Festival
Experience the Beauty of the Plum
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