Jeju Island, one of UNESCO 7 World's Wonders of Nature
Jeju Island, the biggest island of South Korea, is located at the south of Korean peninsula. Even though it's is arguable that Jeju is one of 7, Jeju island is truly a beautiful place with many different faces.
The center of the island is Mountain Halla which used to be a volcano. There are more than 1,000 small peaks in mountain and even in the coastal area.
Jeju island built its separate culture from Korean mainstream culture and has unique architectures and statues. 'Haenyu's, professional deep-water female fishers, are very famous and the seafood collected by them are very fresh and delicious.