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20 thoughts on “West Jeju: A Journey Off the Beaten Path”

  1. It is so nice to hear about other travellers experiences when going off the beaten path. There are so much to explore and so much more fun in areas with less outside visitors 🙂

    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 🙂

  2. 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.

  3. 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? 🙂

    1. I was there in late October, so the water was quite cold 🙂 But it would be perfect in summer when the weather is hot and humid.

  4. 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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