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Must-try Jeju winter foods: Yellowtail and pheasant
During the winter, Moseulpo in southern Jeju becomes crowded. It’s because the yellowtail fish is in season. A fish with lots of fat, the yellowtail has been used not only as food but also For manufacturing oil alongside whales. Since the Chosun Dynasty, yellowtail fish has been salted and eaten as a jjigae. Pheasants are easier to catch during the winter in Jeju since a long time ago. when they can’t fly, Because their feathers are shorter due to hesdding. Not only are they tasty, but they’re also nutritious. And their beautiful appearance is the reason for their presence at marriage ceremonies and memorial rituals.
Winter in Namwon-eup (Part 2)
In continuation of <Winter in Namwon-eup Part 1>, in which various spots for winter sightseeing and cafés in the southern villages of Jeju were introduced, Part 2 will explore places where you can experience hearty meals to fill up your hunger in cold and one-day classes that you can enjoy indoor. First, have a tasty meal made of Jeju's ingredients such as red-banded lobsters, stone octopus, and pork. Then, work off your meal by keeping your hands busy making something memorable. A travel course like this will surely present a special time out of what could be otherwise a long, monotonous winter.
Staying active in winter: Winter Jeju, Thrilling Activities
When traveling to Jeju Island, activities are a must! Don’t be discouraged during the cooler months, because there are still many activities perfect for cold weather. The following will help you to uncover Jeju Island’s beautiful scenery during winter, while having fun too!
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Jeju Winter Festival
Jeju has prepared joy for the winter! This is the island's representative winter festival based in and around Jeju City.
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.
Jeju JOLLY FIESTA winter event
Jolly Fiesta is a 18-day family-friendly winter event that features a cozy Christmas market, hands on holiday themed workshops and live concerts from local artists.
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