Welcome to Jeju: A Blend of Natural Beauty and Cultural Heritage
Jeju 677,057 (MOIS, 2023)
1,850.2k㎡ (MOLIT, 2023)
UTC/GMT +9 (KST, Korea Standard Time)
220v, 60 hz (same type used in France, Germany, Austria, Greece, Turkey)
Country Dialing Code
Jeju 064 (when dialing from overseas remove the zero)
Jeju Island is renowned for its breathtaking natural landscapes. Iconic landmarks like Yongduam Rock, Hallasan Mountain, and Manjanggul Cave offer stunning vistas. The island's pristine blue seas and lush green mountains provide a sense of peace and tranquility to visitors.
History and Culture
Jeju Island boasts a rich history and unique culture. The island is known for its distinctive Jeju dialect, traditional Hanbok clothing, and a wealth of folk traditions. Additionally, Jeju's specialty products, such as delicious Jeju Omegi rice cakes, tangerines, and Black Pork, add to its cultural charm.
Leisure and Activities
Jeju Island offers a wide range of activities and leisure pursuits. Visitors can enjoy snorkeling, surfing, hiking, biking, and various other outdoor adventures in the island's diverse landscapes.
Jeju Island is celebrated for its fresh and delectable seafood dishes, as well as locally-produced specialties. Don't miss the opportunity to savor the mouthwatering Black Pork and hearty seafood stews that capture the essence of the island.
Relaxation and Serenity
Jeju Island serves as an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of modern city life. Relax with quiet beachfront strolls or find serenity at traditional Jeju-style resorts, offering a peaceful retreat from daily stressors.
For more information to https://visitjeju.net/en
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