If you fancy a nice getaway, look no further than South Korea's Jeju Island. In this guide, we take a look at the top-10 attractions on Jeju Island and offer some recommendations for getting the most out of your vacation.
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All of Japan revels in the Sapporo Snow Festival, held every winter in Odori Park. Snow sculpture contestants use their imaginations to the fullest to bring the winter scenery to life, on display for tourists from all over the world!
Jeju is a scenic Island and province in Korea. It is located in the Korea Strait. The island is known for its volcanic landscapes, cavelike lava tubes, and beach resorts. Some of the prominent attractions of Jeju include Mount Hallasan, Gwaneumsa temple, Manjanggul cave, Seongsan Ilchulbong, Udo, Jeongbang Waterfall, Cheonjeyeon Waterfalls, Jeju Love Land, Hamdeok Beach, Jeju Folk Village, Yongmeori Coast, Sanbangsan, Aqua Planet Jeju and Marado.