Jeju Island: A Photo Travel Diary
While the dead of winter is not quite peak season for island hopping around here, we were able to see a number of beautiful sights on our trip to Jeju Island at the end of January. We stayed in Jeju City and traveled by bus and taxi, and though that was doable, we’d highly recommend figuring out the International Driving Permit/License situation and renting a car.
Terarosa Coffee in Seogwipo. You may have also seen the photo on the right in this post.
Hallabong (한라봉) oranges.
In the green tea fields at Osulloc Tea Museum, after a healthy meal at Innisfree Jeju House next door.
A couple travel/flight essentials (post to come).
Seonimgyo Bridge, which reminded me of Thailand.
Daepo Haean Jusangjeolli Cliff.
We also walked through Manjanggul Cave (만장굴), the twelfth-longest lava tube in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, warmed up with pizza, fries, and beer at Magpie Brewery, and had a fresh sashimi dinner at Seogwipo Olle Market (서귀포매일올레시장). Some other sites that were on our list, but that we didn't get to: Sunrise Peak (성산일출봉), Seopjikoji, and Cheonjiyeon Waterfall.