South of Korea is an amazing and wonderful country in Asia. The country attracted a lot of tourists visiting each year because of imposing landscapes and impressed culture. When visiting the country, if you do not have time for traveling the whole country, you should spend time for traveling to Jeju which is considered as the paradise of islands in Korea country.
For Koreans, Jeju Island has long been a popular picnic spot for relaxation when it comes to relaxation. The island also appears in countless Korean films with beautiful natural scenery like the West. Furthermore, if you are Korea’s film lovers, sure that you can not forget the beautiful island because almost Korea’s films always appear Jeju Island. From the airport to the hotel, you can endure stopping at many attractions. The first is the draconic path Dokkaebi. Only about 100 meters long, Dokkaebi is a road that has caused many scientists to head with the phenomenon of “auto shutdown cars on the slope.”
You can do the experiment by yourself, release the accelerator, stop the car at the foot of the slope, the car will automatically roll up the slope. Moreover, at the end of the Dokkaebi section, Loveland Park is on the left. Picking up guests over 18 years old, Loveland is more parents to “choose to send gold” to educate the sex of children. This park is where you can comfortably discuss sex when you admire more than 140 statues, both delicate and boldly portrayed sensitive postures, with signposts like “Alice in Wondickland.”
Besides that, tourists also visit Seongsan Ilchulbong Mountain, over hundreds of thousands of years, Seongsan Ilchulbong peak has been a sleepy volcano, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also known as the sunrise peak, Seongsan Ilchulbong is also the most beautiful sunrise view and has sweeping views of Jeju Island. When visiting there, you also have the opportunity to meet the mermaid of Jeju – they are the females are able to dive seafood depth of less than 20 m, without using the aeration in 2-3 minutes.
In addition, Korean moviegoers are no stranger to the movie Dae Jang Geung, but little is known about Soung-Up’s cultural scene that is chosen as the main setting for this TV blockbuster. The village also preserves the unique culture of Jeju such as the house built of lava stone, the statue of Harubang Island, the big house and the black pigsty. If visiting Jeju in October, you should not miss the experience of visiting the wrong tangerine gardens all over the island. The gardener will prepare gloves, scissors, and bags for guests to “play” the true farmer in the harvest season, bringing the bunch of berries as gifts. Another entertainment area, you can choose is the Sumokwon theme park, with indoor activities such as visiting the 3D museum, ice museum or 5D cinema to the details. Another experience you can try in many places in Jeju is to visit a horse farm.
The endless grasslands on the island are the perfect place to enjoy the feeling of freedom on horseback. If you are an adventurer, you can visit the racetrack or visit the Horse Riding Club in Ma Park. Apart from Harubang Island, Jeju also has a spiritual symbol attached to the Yongduam Dragon Rock. According to legend, one who is trying to fly to the sky is petrified and lies on the shores of Jeju Island.
Hope that after the post tourists will have an overview of Jeju Island in particular and Korea in general. If you need more information for traveling to Korea, you can visit Asia Travel Agency to get more.