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14 thoughts on “West Jeju: A Journey off the Beaten Path”

    1. It’s indeed refreshing! Another advantage of getting off the beaten path is that I don’t have to wait to capture a human-free photo. It’s something rare in the Instagram era 🙂

      1. That is for sure, poluted with other tourists. Kind of like trying to watch the stars from the main square of a large city. The other tourists are preventing you from seeing how magnificent something is in the same way that the light from a city prevents you from seeing the stars 🙂

  1. Sashimi couldn’t get more fresh than that! It looks like you explored many corners of Jeju, and thanks for writing about them — your posts will come handy when I plan to go there one day.

  2. Who would have thought that Korea, which is mostly known for its cities and music and food, also had so much natural beauty? I definitely hadn’t thought about it. I love coastal rock formations, they look great. And the beach looks perfect too – was the water warm tropical-like? 🙂

  3. I know so little about South Korea, and what I do know is very different from what you’ve shown in this post. Absolutely gorgeous! I especially love those cliffs, and it would be interesting to learn more about the female divers.

    1. I fortunately had a conversation with one of this diver. We had a language barrier but her daughter helped me in translation 🙂
      The diver is around 60 yet she can still dive everyday to bring back the freshest seafood for her restaurant.

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