When you visit South Korea, you must make a trip to Jeju City.
Jeju Island is referred to as the Island of the Gods. This is the perfect haven and favorite destination for newlyweds to spend their honeymoon. This is similar to the Hawaiian Islands. You can go on a hiking to reach Korea’s highest peak or Hallasan, watch the sunrise and sunset while staying near the ocean or view majestic looking waterfalls. Because of its romantic allure, Jeju will make your honeymoon all the more memorable.
The place is actually known for tourism. There are many hotels and other attractions that are owned by mainland companies. This is the reason why most of the attractions are pricier than the few sites that are owned by the locals.
Here are the other activities and spots that you wouldn’t want to miss if you are planning to go to Jeju, South Korea.
Its biggest tourist attraction is known as the Jeongwol Daeboreum Fire Festival that is held yearly. This started in 1997 as tribute to the traditional way of harvesting grasses on domestic farm animal pastures, wherein villagers set fire every winter to kill off harmful insects.
There are also a lot of museums that can be found in the area like the Folklore and Natural History Museum, Jeju Independence Museum, Jeju Education Museum, Jeju Teddy Bear Museum and a lot more. You can also give in to your interest with nature by going at various parks and caves that can be found in the place.