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Travel Tip & Travelogue @ Jeju

Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes :: Travel Guide

Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes :: Travel Guide

| | | | | Climate Typical mild coastal climate with minimum temperatures just below 0 degree celcius even in winter due to warm currents. Because it is to the South of the mainland, the island has a high mountain area that rises up into the atmosphere significantly, and the wind currents and jet stream […]

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High up in Jeju

High up in Jeju

By Lauren Lim With 80 per cent of the Korean Peninsula covered in mountains, it is no wonder that hordes of avid hikers descend upon the various mountain ranges that run across the peninsula regardless of season. My trip to South Korea would not have been complete if I did not climb South Korea’s tallest […]

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Olle for a slower life

Olle for a slower life

| | | | | IT is normal to get jostled in the bustling streets of the world’s modern cities, and it is no different in Seoul, South Korea’s capital. Their chequered past has also given Koreans an innate sense of urgency, especially in the big cities where the pali pali (or “faster faster”) way […]

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Jeju Island: Korea's hidden jewel

Jeju Island: Korea’s hidden jewel

| | | | | By Veeramalla Anjaiah, The Jakarta Post, ANN South Korea, the land of ginseng and kimchi, might be well-known for its high-tech products like cars, ships, flat-screen TVs and smartphones, but it’s like a hidden treasure when it comes to tourism. Many people do not know much about Korea’s natural beauty, […]

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Legend of the deep-sea divers

Legend of the deep-sea divers

| | | | | Margaret Turton counts the tough women hunters of Jeju Island among its most impressive natural wonders. No two people will agree immediately on what makes the perfect island or what qualities define the world’s greatest natural wonder. But if novelty value holds any sway, Jeju island – with its tough […]

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Never-Ending Travel Stories in Jeju

Never-Ending Travel Stories in Jeju

| | | | | ‘Olle’: Where You Can Taste Jeju’s True Character By Kim Rahn Staff Reporter Jeju Island has long been a vacation destination for Koreans. The resort island, with its subtropical climate and warm seawater, along with its flora, marine fauna and living culture, makes it an exotic destination for mainlanders. Along […]

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Korea: exploring World Heritage-listed Jeju Island

Korea: exploring World Heritage-listed Jeju Island

| | | | | By Caroline Adam Volcanoes, beaches, waterfalls and forests combine with a host of other natural attractions to make Jeju Island the kind of place that makes people sit up and take notice. Perhaps this is why it has successfully passed the first and second rounds of the New7Wonders of Natur […]

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Take a unique 1-kilometer subterranean stroll

Take a unique 1-kilometer subterranean stroll

| | | | | Part of Jeju’s UNESCO ‘triple crown,’ Manjang Cave has science and beauty in equal measure Todd Thacker ▲ Map courtesy Beatlemap.co.kr and Jeju Special Self-Governing Province At the beginning of October, 2010, the Global Geoparks Network announced that Jeju Island would be made its 20th member, making it Korea’s only […]

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