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Jeju- Do

You can experience the strange feeling that your car, imed downhill, actually goes uphill. This is an optical illusion created due to the surrounding environment.

It starts at southsan National Park Visitor Center and continues of to Eoseungtaeng-oreum Summit. The trail is 1.3km long and a one-way trip takes 30 minutes. Eoseungsaengak is an oreum (parasitic cone volcano) for hikers who want to go for an easy stroll after visiting the Visitor Center. On clear days Chuja Island, Biyang Island, Seongsan-Ilchulbong and Jeju Island’s east oreums can be seen. At the summit there still remain some Tochikas, which were military facilities used by the Japanese during the occupation of Korea.

Or Glass castle (on a rainy day) (Sultry weather, heavy snowfall, rainy Day Alternative Tour Course)

Jeju Glass Castle opened in October 2008 as the nation's first glass museum. Guests are able to experience state-of-the-art glass art. The museum boasts a modern glass exhibition and a coffee shop among its offerings. Works by Italian, Japanese, and Czech artists are on display, and their works depict scenes from fairy tales and other stories like Jack and the Beanstalk and Cinderella. We also have glass shoes, pumpkins, and traditional statues on display. Guests can make their own glass vases or necklaces.

Hotel buffet nearby green tea plantation.

Jeongbang Waterfall is one of three main Jeju waterfalls, along with Cheonjiyeon Waterfall and Cheonjaeyeon Waterfall. It is the only one in Korea which spills directly into the sea. Harmonized with the sea, two 23m-tall columns of water fall with a sound like thunder and offer us a magnificent view. Cliffs and old pine trees surrounding the waterfall are always scenic. It takes about 5 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the waterfall.

Coffee time at the café beside coast road

It is time to relax at the café which is located right infront of the Ocean. We offer free Americano here.

The Yakcheon temple means “Temple where medicinal water flows.“ The temple with the largest Buddhist status in Asia, it is renowned for mystical stories about the medicinal water. The medicinal water source that continually furnished water to the pond still remains. Many Buddhists stop in the drink this water.

The columnar joints in the Jungmun Tourism Complex were designated as Natural Monument #433 on December 27, 2004. They look like a large folding screen with black hexagon stone pillars. When you visit here and look at the columnar joints with beautiful ocean waves crashing against them, you will be mesmerized by nature's greatness. Columnar jointing is a pillar shaped (tetragonal-hexagonal) appeared in basaltic lava flow. When thick lava (at about 1,100 degrees Celsius) flows from the mouth of a volcano and cools down drastically, columnar joints are created. The columnar joints here are 30-40m in height and extend for about 1km, the largest such structure in Korea. You can experience the strange feeling that your car, imed downhill, actually goes uphill. This is an optical illusion created due to the surrounding environment. .

It starts at southsan National Park Visitor Center and continues of to Eoseungtaeng-oreum Summit. The trail is 1.3km long and a one-way trip takes 30 minutes. Eoseungsaengak is an oreum (parasitic cone volcano) for hikers who want to go for an easy stroll after visiting the Visitor Center. On clear days Chuja Island, Biyang Island, Seongsan-Ilchulbong and Jeju Island’s east oreums can be seen. At the summit there still remain some Tochikas, which were military facilities used by the Japanese during the occupation of Korea. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.

Duration: 9.5 hours.

Start/opening time: At 8.30am.

End/closing time: At 6pm.

Languages: English and Chinese.