About Jeju

About Jeju

About Jeju

Jeju Island is the largest volcanic island in Korea and it has a mild oceanic climate throughout the year with the smallest annual temperature range in South Korea. Officially called Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, this best tourist destination boasts mild weather, as well as scenic beauties of beaches, waterfalls, cliffs, and caves. The island is 73km wide and 31km long with a total area of 1,848.85렋. Mt. Halla rises in the center of Jeju to 1,950m above sea level. The rest of the island slopes down from its summit and is covered with dark gray volcanic rocks and volcanic ash soil. Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak with breathtaking views is also one of the most scenic areas, and Manjanggul Cave, the world셲 longest lava tube has been registered as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage and won the Global Geopark certificate.

Jeju is proud of its unique cultural folk heritage as well as its geographical and historical relevance.
Jeju Island is a focal point international affairs and offers many kinds of recreation together with vistas, and you can enjoy hiking, bike riding, paragliding, scuba diving, windsurfing, hunting, horseback riding, swimming in the ocean, and sightseeing boat trips. Jeju has a wide variety of local fruits and foods, grilled saltwater fishes with seasoning, rice porridges with abalone. Further detailed information is available at the official website of Jeju Tourism Organization.