The Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, also referred to as the “Sunrise Peak”, is one of the most magnificent attractions in Jeju Island. A UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, this natural attraction was formed approximately 100,000 years.
The Yongduam Rock, also called Dragon Head, is a basalt rock formation resulting from the solidification process of flowing lava. The rock has been around for thousands of years. It measures around 30 meters length.
Cheonjeyon Falls is a majestic 3-tier waterfall – one of the primary attractions in Jeju Island. Here you can find a cave with cold water pouring from its ceiling, thus creating a beautifully cascading waterfall..
Darangshi Oreum, also known as Wollang Peak, is one of the many parasitic volcanoes in Jeju Island. It is situated in the northeastern area of Jeju, measuring approximately 380m above sea level. From the oreum,.
Jeju Island is one of the most famous destinations in Korea. Dubbed as “Little Hawaii” by a number of tourists, it is a fantastic place to go on a honeymoon and vacation. The island, aside.