One of the most romantic islands in the world and a top honeymoon spot, Jeju-Do may not have the perfect waters and white sand of other islands but it has beauty in abundance. Life naturally centres on Jeju City, which has a number of sights and places to explore. Predominantly used as a base by tourists to explore the rest of the island, it is also home to a number of outstanding seafood restaurants that serve incredibly fresh fish. There are three UNESCO World heritage sights on the island; Seongsan Ilchubong, a small volcano that offers beautiful sights at sunrise and sunset, Mount Halla-san which is South Korea’s highest mountain and is stunningly beautiful and finally, the Manjangmul Lava Tube which is the largest accessible lava tube in the world.
The island is famous in Korea for having a vastly different culture to the mainland as there is a separate dialect of Korean spoken here and the culture is atypically Matriarchal. It is also home to Loveland, a hugely tongue-in-cheek theme park that is strictly for adults only due to the exceptionally explicit erotic statues that were made by a group of Korean artists.
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