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Dragon Head Rock

4.3/52,444 Reviews
Geological Sites
Seated in the seaside of Yongdam-dong in the center of Jeju, the Dragon Head Rock is shaped like a dragon from mythology. It was formed in the sea from lava that erupted from the crater of Hallasan, and looks like a dragon's head. The part of the Dragon Head Rock above the sea surface is more than 10 meters high, and the part under the sea is about 30 meters. Not far from here is the Dragon Pool. The scenery surrounding the Dragon Head Rock at the full moon is highly praised.

Seongsan IIchulbong

4.6/52,133 Reviews
Mountain
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
7:30-18:00 in winter and 7:10-19:00 in summer (Local time)
Seongsan IIchulbong is 182 meters above sea level. Atop the mountain is a volcanic crater measuring 600 meters in diameter and is 90 meters deep. Surrounded by the sea, Seongsan Ilchulbong is a popular weekend destination for many locals. They like to climb to the top of the hill to take in the stunning rural scenery and the beauty of the nearby coastline. There are great grassy lawns spread across the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong which are suitable for either strolling or horseback riding. Every year on the day before and after New Year celebration, the Seongsan Sunrise Festival is held on Seongsan IIchulbong. This is a grand celebration of unique folk culture.

Udo Island

4.6/51,674 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Udo (literally 'cow island') is a small island situated to the east of Jeju Island in South Korea. The island was named after its shape, which resembles a cow lying down. In addition to visiting the island's summit, visitors can also enjoy spectacular views from eight different scenic spots.

Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff

4.5/51,126 Reviews
Seashore
Geological Sites
Located on the coast between Jungmun and Daepo-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju Island, the Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when the lava from Hallasan Mountain poured into the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes. Walking up to the cliffside, watch the towering Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff on the sea, with clear seawater beating against the neatly arranged stone pillars, stirring up white sea spray.

Baojian Street

4.3/5438 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Baojian Street was previously known as Baozen Street, and before that Rodeo Street. When China and South Korea marked the 20th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations in 2011, the Baojian Group took 10,000 people to Seoul and Jeju on group tours, so the director of Korea Tourism Organization renamed the road in the business center of Jeju as Baojian Street to commemorate China and South Korea's friendship. Home to shopping malls, leisure facilities and restaurants, Baojian Street is a new business center in Jeju.

Hallasan National Park

4.6/5967 Reviews
Volcano
The majestic Hallasan Mountain is located in the center of Jeju Island. It was said to be high enough to touch the Milky Way. The park contains a wide range of rare flora and fauna and geological formations. It was designated as a national park in 1970 and is surrounded by hundreds of volcanoes.

Nanta Show (Jeju Theater)

4.8/5589 Reviews
Performances
Nanta Show is created on the melody foundation of Samul nori ["four objects percussion"]. It is one of Korea's earliest Non-Verbal Performances. Nanta Show uses a big kitchen as its performance theater and shows four chefs' process of preparing a wedding banquet. The special feature of the show is that it has no dialogue. Any foreign person can enjoy the performance without being troubled by language barriers. The only things necessary to unite audiences and actors are expression and melody. Everyone can derive satisfaction, liveliness and fun from the carefree beating of the musical instruments.

Sangumburi Crater

4.5/5666 Reviews
Volcano
As the set for the movie "Love Wind Love Song," Sangumburi Crater is large, reminding visitors of the scene in which Jang Dong-gun (Tae-hee) walks with Go So Young (Young-seo). Although there are several parasitic volcanoes on Jeju Island, all volcanos other than Sangumburi Crater have been covered by magma after eruption. Sangumburi Crater is the only crater that has no eruption of lava and tephra. Protected by rock during eruption, Sangumburi Crater is formed with the existing cave. Such volcanos are also known as maars. It is the only maar in Korea and rarely seen in the rest of the world.

Olle Trail

4.5/5268 Reviews
Hiking
In the Jeju dialect of Korean, Olle means "the narrow passageway connecting the street and the front gate of the house." The Olle Trail is one of Jeju South Korea's famous tourist spots. The eastern part of the Olle trail is a mountainous road lined fences made of volcanic stone and surrounded by trees. Hiking on this portion visitors will be bathed by the warm rays of the sun and shaded by the cool forest. The southern portion of the Olle trail connects many famous Jeju attractions. From here visitors will be able to intimately interact with the hidden seashore, villages and mountains of Jeju and taste the true beauty of nature.

Eco Land Theme Park

4.5/5413 Reviews
City Park
Eco Land is currently the only train-themed ecological park on Jeju Island. Each of the areas, featuring attractions like bumper boats and children's town, within the large Gotjawal primeval forest are connected by a series of small trains. The park has a total of five train stations: Main Station, Eco Bridge Station, Lakeside Station, Picnic Garden Station, and the Lavender, Green Tea & Rose Garden Station. Main Station is built in the shape of a donut, and is both the starting and ending station for a trip around the whole park.
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