Jeju is a natural wonder just off the southern coast of Korea.
Due to the location on Jeju’s eastern tip, it offers the best sunrise view on the island.
This extinct tuff cone was formed approximately 5000 years ago as a result of a volcanic eruption underneath the sea.
Sagumburi is a rare, shallow crater that has been designated as a Natural Monument.
The crater looks most astonishing in late autumn when its ridges are painted gold by a sea of silver grass.
A jagged and photogenic cliff where Sanbangsang stretches into the sea.
Under the influence of wind and waves, hollows, bridges, and mysterious patterns are formed along the seashore.
When strolling along Yongmeori, you will probably meet haenyeo – the famous female divers of Jeju. They come here to sell their catch of the day.
Hallim is a world-class recreational park in West Jeju.
It began as a subtropical arboretum in the 1970s. Over time, the park has expanded, reaching nearly 100,000m².
Hallim consists of multiple gardens that can be enjoyed in any season. A folk village was also built to demonstrate the traditional living style.
Opened in 2001, Jeju Teddy Bear Museum is the first of its kind in Asia.
Hundreds of bear cubs are on display. They are arranged into a wide array of themes, ranging from history, art to Korean tradition.
SLOW – the world’s largest mechanical teddy bear, reaching a height of 9 m.
Jeju Island: South Korea’s Natural Wonder.