The sky is blue, the plane is ready – off to Jeju Island we go!
Jeju Island (제주도) is a self-governing province of South Korea, and lies south of the Korean peninsula itself. It is a volcanic island, dominated by Mt. Halla (1,950 m above sea level). The island measures 109 miles across at its widest point, and is home to a number of unique species of fauna and flora that distinguish the island from the mainland. It is also the site of several of the most breathtaking sights in the country, which has made it one of the top tourist sites in the country.
Let’s get to it, shall we?
Stay tuned for even more amazing images from picturesque Jeju Island, coming up next.