The southern volcanic island of Jeju is one of the two great coastal spots in Korea. As opposed to the rest of the country, and due to its geographical situation, it has a sub-tropical climate and beautiful maritime scenery that make it a particularly lovely spot for a holiday.
Located 81 miles south of the Korean Peninsula, the island of Jeju is one of the the New 7 Wonders of Nature.© OT Coree du Sud
This volcanic island, very popular with South Korean holidaymakers and especially for honeymoons, is both the largest island in South Korea and its smallest province.© Hang Dinh / 123RF
The island shelters 368 mini volcanoes called oreum.© gnohz
Jeju has 30 golf courses.© OT Coree du Sud
The highest mountain in the country, Halla-san, is a dormant volcano which rises 1,950 metres above sea level.© Maxim Tupikov / 123RF