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(1) Seopjikoji, a stretch of coastal hills with great exposure to the ocean waves and a path up to an iconic light house.

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(2) A Hallabong - a seedless Jeju-grown species of tangerine named after Mount Halla

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(3) Hwoe-guksu, a cold noodle and sashimi dish with spicy sauce, served and eaten in a manner similar to rojak

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(4) The Musucheon River empties out in drier months to reveal an almost-magical valley of blue-tinged rock under an arch of gently swaying foliage from trees

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(5) Fresh juicy grilled sea snails

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(6) Cheonjeyeon waterfall: a mesmerizing, reflective emerald-blue pool

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(7) Haenyeo also known as The Mermaids of Jeju.

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(8) Horse meat that can be cooked in a number of ways at select restaurants

Treasure island

Jeju's the spot for adventure, secret places or just some really good grub
Jul 29, 2017 5:50 AM

FANCY an island getaway that fills your days with more than just sun, sand and sea?

Jeju may well tick off all the right boxes for you.

The island is home to some of South Korea's best food and gorgeous landscapes, thanks in part to Jeju's "Haenyeo" - a small traditional community

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