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What is special in Jeju Island?

What is special in Jeju Island?

Jeju has a spectacular volcanic cone that looks like a grass-covered butte, the longest lava tunnel in the world, and an immense extinct volcano, Mount Halla, at the very center of the island. Jeju is three times the size of Thailand’s Phuket but attracts one-sixth the number of foreign tourists.

Which of the following are attractions that can be found in Jeju do?

12 Top Tourist Attractions in Jeju Island

  • Jeju Stone Park.
  • Daepo Haean Jusangjeolli Cliff.
  • Dongmun Market.
  • Jeongbang Waterfall.
  • Hallim Park.
  • Hyeopjae Beach.
  • Spirited Garden.
  • Manjanggul Cave.

Why you should visit Jeju Island?

For those looking to get out of the major cities on the peninsula and to experience a unique locale in South Korea, Jeju Island provides great accommodation options, stunning nature, great food, quirky museums and picturesque landscapes.

How many days do you need in Jeju?

3 days is enough to see the major sites of Jeju, so on the map I’ve outlined where to go for each day. This assumes that you can arrive at the first spot around 9am, and will be tired enough for dinner and relaxation around 7pm. If this sounds like you, this may be your perfect Jeju itinerary.

What food is Jeju famous for?

9 Specialty Foods in Jeju

  • 1 Heuk Dwaeji Gui (Black Pork BBQ)
  • 2 Jeonbokjuk (Abalone Porridge)
  • 3 Dombe Gogi (Boiled Pork Served on a Wooden Cutting Board)
  • 4 Kkwong Memil Kalguksu (Knife-Cut Buckwheat Noodle Soup with Pheasant)
  • 5 Omegi Tteok (Omegi Rice Cake)
  • 6 Gosari Yukgaejang (Spicy Beef Soup with Bracken)

What is the best time to visit Jeju?

The best time to visit Jeju island is from April to June and September to October. April to June is the end of spring and early summer. The weather is warm but still dry with little rainfall.

Is Jeju colder than Seoul?

Boasting temperate climate all year round, the winter in Jeju Island is comparatively warmer than Seoul and the rest of Korea. Even in winter, the temperature rarely falls below 0 °C (32°F) in Jeju Island, and the average winter temperature is around 5~7 °C (41~44.6°F) from January to mid-March.

How many days in Jeju is enough?

How much does a house in Jeju cost?

According to Numbeo, the average price per square meter of an apartment in the city center of Jeju City is around KRW 8,595,440 (USD 7,653) per square meter. The average price per square meter of an apartment in the outskirts of the city is around KRW 7,595,441 (USD 6,763) per square meter.

What is the best month to visit Jeju Island?

The best time to visit Jeju Island in South Korea is from November to May when the climate is the driest and when temperatures are mild. Winter is popular for activities include hiking and gastronomy, while Spring is the best time for sightseeing, especially Manjanggul Cave (a UNESCO World Heritage site).

How much does it cost to fly from Seoul to Jeju?

Seoul to Jeju Flight Info

Peak season for travel November US$16
Off-season for travel April US$17
Cheapest return ticket price US$66 Seoul(ICN) ⇒ Jeju(CJU)
Cheapest direct flight price US$35 Seoul(ICN) ⇒ Jeju(CJU)

Where is best area to stay in Jeju?

Seogwipo City, which lies in the south of the island is a smaller and more laid back city. Most of Jeju’s museums, Jeju Island resorts and hiking trails are located in the south part of the island, which makes Seogwipo City a great base. Another area to stay at Jungmun Area, which is also located in the south and filled with big resort hotels.

What to do in Jeju?

Jeju is home to some stunning waterfalls. In fact, chasing waterfalls was one of our favourite things to do in Jeju with kids! The Jeongbang, Cheonjiyeon and Cheonjeyeon Waterfalls are the most famous on the island. The 23 meter tall Jeongbang waterfall is set in a secluded cove surrounded by giant boulders and ocean.

Where to eat in Jeju?

Kkwong (꿩) | Pheasant. Pheasants are plentiful here in Jeju, and there are a few restaurants on the island that make some delicious dishes. It is usually served as dumplings or blanched and served alongside some traditional foods like buckwheat and glass noodle dumplings or buckwheat noodles. One bowl of dumpling soup will run you about W5,000.