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At 1 p.m. on weekdays, a whistle is heard at the Okdom Auction House in Taeheung 2-ri. Since it is not one of those crack-of-dawn auctions, you can attend without much trouble. It’s exciting to follow all the action and the energy of the auctioneer is truly memorable.
Collect your own seafood
Jeju is where summer begins in Korea. Make your summer vacation complete with bareutjabi, a unique fishing experience at Jeju’s ocean. In bareutjabi, visitors can collect top shells, crabs, and turban shells at the shallow seaside. It is an easy activity suitable for children, which makes it popular as a tour experience for the entire family. It’s important to note that bareutjabi is not allowed in every part of the Jeju ocean. Since marine products provide a means of living for local residents, bareutjabi is only allowed in certain town fisheries that permit visitors to collect their own seafood. These kinds of activities are only allowed in permitted areas, even within the same beach. Furthermore, use of tools are prohibited. The permitted period and time of permission are set separately.
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Experience the flavors of the world in Jeju: Original flavors that open your eyes
Nowadays, Jeju has become a new paradise for foodies. Visitors can indulge in various world cuisine from traditional dishes to casual fusion food. While exploring attractions in Jeju, you can taste food from all over the world, such as Indian curry, Hawaiian seafood, homemade-style dishes of China and the U.S., and even food from the Middle East.
Unique, traditional flavors of Jeju cuisine
There are differences in traditional food of the mainland and Jeju. Jeju developed its own food history because of its unique natural environment and socio-cultural background. As an island, Jeju is surrounded by the sea so it has a variety of seafood for all seasons and using various cooking methods. Jeju is a volcanic island, with sandy soil and basalt rock, so growing rice here is impossible. As a result, other different kinds of grains were used as ingredients. These include beans, buckwheat, barley, and so on. Fresh vegetables are easy to grow in the warm climate, so there are fewer uses of preserved foods here. For those food lovers who would like to experience Korean cuisine, Jeju’s traditional food will be definitely be a highlight of your trip to the island.
Great Dine-alone Spots on Jeju
It's great to travel in company, but traveling alone certainly gives more freedom and is comfortable in many ways. You get to choose the locations, plans, and transportation means however you like it.
Tasty Muslim-friendly Eateries (2020)
In November 2020, two new Jeju restaurants gained Muslim-friendly certification. Here is an introduction to them both.
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Jeju Buckwheat Festival
Celebrate the largest producer of buckwheat in Korea
Gapado Green Barley Festival
Each spring barley fields with spectacular views are feted on Jeju’s 4th largest island
Udo Turban Shell Festival
An Annual Festival Featuring Udo Specialties
Bomok Damselfish Festival
Bomok Damselfish Festival
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