Jeju-do is an island in South Korea, in the North China Sea, located 85 km south of the country. It is an autonomous province and a volcanic island (its formation is due to the eruption of Mount Hallasan, 1,950 m above sea level) The island is a real jewel of biodiversity, the island is a preserved and lush nature, it is a real little paradise on earth, it is the first tourist destination for Koreans, and popular with Chinese and Japanese tourists, but very little known to Western tourists. Its area: 1,845.55 km² Its population: 600,000 inhabitants Its climate: subtropical and dry (between 5°c and 28°c). Its capital: Jeju City 제주시 (506 000 inhabitants)
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You are romantic and artist 😊
Beautiful photos. I particularly like the watery cave, as I’ve always been drawn to those type of places.