Jeju Island, South Korea – Nature & Culture

Jeju Island is the largest island in South Korea, located in the Jeju Province. The island lies in the Korea Strait, below the Korean Peninsula, south of the South Jeolla Province.

As Korea’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jeju Island boasts its beauty with the natural environment.

Jeju Island has various attractions including Moseulpo Port adjacent to the emerald sea, lovely blooming rapeseed blossoms, and Seongsan Ilchulbong, a famous archetypal tuff cone resembling a gigantic elephant.

Video Source: KOR PD’s Pick: Culture Sketch, On the Road – Jeju Island from Korea Public Diplomacy on Youtube ⁄ CC BY