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  • Unforgetable Memory- Fantastic, isn't...

    Fantastic trip about the fantastic island- Jeju Island. We went to see the Jeju Pottery village and Jeju Art village. Then we went to see the Haenyeo School and learn how to be a successful Haenyeo. After that we went to Geumneung Beach and enjoy the waves. Then we went to Bangsa tower which is a magic thing in Jeju do. At last we went to view the...


    Jeju Loveland (also known as Love Land) is an outdoor sculpture park which opened in 2004 on Cheju Island in South Korea. The park is focused on a theme of sex, running sex education films, and featuring 140 sculptures representing humans in various sexual positions. It also has other elements such as large phallus statues, stone labia, and...


    Located at the foot of Mt. Halla, Located on Jeju-do Island, Seongeup Folk Village shows the unique residential culture of the island; the poorly made windscreen stone wall (black lava rock), the straight but curvy Ollae (narrow alley) to block the wind, and the stone statues which have become the prime feature of the landscape. From Jeju Intercity...

  • Expensive restaurants

    I found all the restaurants on Jeju-do much more expensive than those on the mainland, and the quality of the food was not as good. A simple meal that would cost 5,000 won in most Korean cities, will cost at least 20,000 won on Jeju-do. In my humble opinion, the Jeju seafood is over-hyped and overpriced.Probably the biggest tourist trap is the...

  • Too friendly doesn't always means good~

    We took a cab in Jeju and the driver was very friendly, eventhough he doesn't speak english and we don't speak korean, somehow we managed to communicate with each other using sign language.But in fact he cheated us... (or at least we felt cheated). The driver offered to drive us for the rest of the day from one itinerary to another on our schedule...

  • Select a Site

    There are many tourist Showplaces, Picturesque scenery Seashores, Museums, Botanical Gardens, Theme Parks in Jeju Island. but for one thing tourist traps, it's a taken altogether high that visitors should pay admission. so sort must for tourist according to destinations

  • Speed Limit Cameras

    Mostly speed limit 60km/hour in Jeju-do Main road. There are Speed Limit Cameras all the area Jeju Isalnd on the Main road. but, What??s the hurry? because frequently drop rest in to Cliffs, Shorelines, and scenic beauty places to take a break and savor the view.

  • Fu**in expensive, but taste terrible..

    If you are planning to go to U-do, especially, Do bring your food along with you. There things are usually double and tripple priced, and the quality is usually even less than half of those usual. There isn't, at least I couldn't find, any place where you can get a proper breakfast( they are rather for supper), and alsp taste bad. well.. I know...

  • Forget about the dragon shaped rock

    Other than the fancy fable behind the fancy shaped rock, it's not really that interesting. Give it a miss and visit the nearby Yongyeon or swamp inlet . Ancient locals used to go there to compose poems, so it's pretty scenic.


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