Jeju-do is a beautiful, isolated island located in the Korean Strait south of the Korean Peninsula. It is called “Island of the Gods” for a good reason – the island is teeming with unique natural treasures, such as mystical land formations, enchanting caves and lava tubes, magnificent waterfalls, picturesque mountains, lush greeneries, pristine white beaches and abundant flora and fauna. The island’s beauty secret is that it is a volcanic island. Located at the center of the island is Mount Halla, which used to be an active volcano that spewed lava, uprooted boulders and molded the island’s landscape. One of Mount Halla’s masterpieces that is now a leading attraction in the island are the mighty Jusangjeolli Cliffs.
Declared a Cultural Monument of the island, the mesmerizing Jusangjeolli Cliffs simply stand out from the many beautiful attractions in [Read more…]