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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.
Top 10 Jeju Sites for January (Great Hopes, Great New Days: Amazing Jeju in January)
Everybody wants to fill the new year and new days with good things. To do this, it is important to brace oneself in a place with a good energy. Don’t think too much, simply head to Jeju where the blue sky and calm waves await. The simple and honest power of the earthy black rocks contrast with the landscape’s greenery to inspire visitors to see a brighter future with hopes fulfilled.
Jeju in June: Flowers, fireflies, sea and stars
June is when the rainy season begins on Jeju. It starts with sun, then rain, then more good weather. It’s notably humid, but outdoors in the ever-present cool breeze you can relax and enjoy the island’s attractions. Here are some timely ideas for you.
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