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Full of romance: Jeju autumn trips
Whether you’re walking on the 1,950-meter-tall Hallasan Mountain, trekking over one of the 360 oreum (volcanic cones), or strolling along its extensive network of walking trails ... you’ll encounter a variety of distinct island charms. Where would you like to go first this autumn?
Glow of the setting sun at Sarabong Oreum (Explore a volcanic cone in Jeju City)
The sunset as seen from the peak of Sarabong Oreum in Jeju City is considered to be an incredibly iconic scenic spot for Jeju. It is known as ‘Sabong Nakjo’. But that’s just one of many charming features of this volcanic cone. It has attractive walking trails, a distinctive lighthouse (which serves nearby Jeju Port), a memorial to Jeju hero Kim Man-deok, and more. Here are some ways you can enjoy your day at Sarabong.
[Seogwipo Architectural Culture Tour] Course 8. A playground for horses in Jeju, such beautiful scenery
The middle mountainous area is home to Jeju horses. A flat area somewhere between the sea and the mountains, surrounded by volcanic cones, lived lonely breeders and horses. The windy hills and horses playing have become a usual scenery of Jeju, evoking artistic inspiration and sensibility in many people.
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Buckwheat Flower Festival: Walking while thinking about buckwheat flowers
Stroll through the expansive, beautiful fields of buckwheat. Take the time to appreciate nature and contemplate life.
Jeju Light Art Festival
A festival featuring works of art based on light
Jeju Canola Flower Festival
The 38th Jeju Canola Flower Festival will be held April 6, 2021 (Tues) ~ April 8 (Thur), 3 days Location: San 41 Gasi-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si
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