K-ETA Attractive tourist attraction in Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do

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Seogwipo City, Jeju Island, is a wonderful place to visit. It is so beautiful in nature and has so many cultural things to offer that every time I go there, I make new memories. Here are 5 places you should visit in Seogwipo City.


1. Yongmeori Coast

One of the must-see places on Jeju Island is  Yongmeori Coast.
The huge rocks formed by the solidification of lava that flowed into the sea look like a dragon's head, hence the name ' Yongmeori Coast'.
The result of volcanic activity around 2 million years ago, it's a spectacular area of giant cliffs and rock formations.
The sounds and scenes created by the waves crashing against the rocks make an unforgettable impression on visitors.
A hidden treasure of Jeju Island, Dragon Head Coast is a must-see when visiting Jeju. 


2. Gashiri Village, Seogwipo

Known for preserving the traditions and nature of Jeju Island, Kashiri Village offers a glimpse into the island's past and peaceful rural life.
The traditional Jeju houses and stone streets are well-preserved, and you'll feel like you're traveling back in time.
Jeju stone walls and old trees line the streets, adding to the village's atmosphere.
There are walking trails around the town with beautiful scenery, perfect for those who like to walk.
Kashiri Village is a charming place that is different from other tourist spots on Jeju Island, so be sure to visit. It's a place where you can enjoy the pure beauty of Jeju Island!


3. Osulloc Museum

Osullok Tea Museum is one of the most fascinating attractions on Jeju Island. 
It is the most representative place to experience tea culture in Korea, and a must-visit for tea lovers.
오설록 Tea Museum, you can find a wide variety of teas and tea-related products, including many green tea-based products, as well as ice cream, bread, and cakes. The green tea ice cream, which can only be found here, is very popular among visitors.
There is also a sprawling green tea field right next to Osulloc Museum, which offers a beautiful view of Jeju Island's natural backdrop.


4. Seogwipo Olle Market

Seogwipo Olle Market is where you can find a wide variety of fresh food and products from Jeju Island.
You can find a lot of unique foods and products that are unique to Jeju Island, especially citrus products, fresh seafood, and traditional Jeju food. You can feel the daily life and culture of Jeju people throughout the market, giving you the opportunity to experience the real Jeju Island beyond just sightseeing.
At Olle Market, you can find precious souvenirs to keep the memories of your trip.


5. Camellia Hill

Camellia Hill is a place filled with the beauty of camellia flowers. Not to be missed on your trip to Jeju Island, this is Korea's largest camellia tree park.
There are many photo spots in the park with beautiful scenery, so visitors can take great photos.
There are also cafes and souvenir shops in the park, where you can purchase various camellia-themed goods, or spend a relaxing time sipping tea. In particular, tea made from camellia flowers is popular among visitors because it has a delicate aroma and tastes delicious.
It's the perfect place to make warm memories with family, friends, and lovers.


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