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Naturally Picturesque Jeju Island

Jeju-do is an unbelievably picturesque place. Literally made a pit-stop off the side road to a coffee shop and discovered this stunning area. Following stairs overflowing with vibrant natural shrubbery, we came down to scattered rocks forming miniature mountain-like peaks. 50 more words


Jeju! Part Two

On my last full day on Jeju island, I woke up early to catch a bus to climb Mt. Hallasan. I grabbed breakfast at a convenience store, since the Forest Hostel doesn’t serve breakfast until 8 am, and I was headed out the door to catch the bus at 7. 1,386 more words


Jeju! Part One

Now that I have my photos ready to share, I’m finally ready to write up about my trip to Jeju island in South Korea.

I stayed in hostel in Jeju city, called Forest Hostel, for about four nights. 2,044 more words


[OTHER INSTAGRAM] 140904 SeongEup Land's Representative shares proof of Park Yoochun & Yoohwan's visit

JYJ3 Note: Seongeup Land is located on Jeju Island.


 #제주#성읍랜드#뿡뿡카트#미키유천 http://instagram.com/p/sh734Irlr4/

 #Jeju #SeongEup_Land #GoKart #MickyYoochun


#제주#성읍랜드#뿡뿡카트#박유환#훈남#멋져요 http://instagram.com/p/sh7_r3LlsF/

#Jeju #SeongEup_Land #GoKart #ParkYoohwan #handsome&kind_man(=a man who touches and warms woman’s heart) 15 more words


[OTHER INSTAGRAM] 140828 Sungeup Land's Representative shares a photo with Kim Jaejoong

Note: Sungeup Land is Located in Jeju Island. This is an old photo of Jaejoong’s trip to Jeju with his friends.

 비가 오는데도 바글바글 성읍랜드를 찾아주셔서 넘 감사한 맘이 가득한 오늘..♡ 마감정리하는데 쨘~하고 놀러온 영웅재중쒸..♡ 비오늘 날 쒼나게 뿡뿡카트타공 비가오니 더~ 잼있다고 폭풍칭찬까지ᆢ♡ 마무리는 뿡메리카노 한 모금..ㅋ 넘 멋찐 재중쒸~ 늘 성읍랜드가 응원합니다..♡ #제주#성읍랜드#인스타그램#셀스타그램#카페#뿡뿡카트#즐거움#아메리카노  89 more words


Luscious Green Tea Fields in Jeju Island

I visited Jeju-do’s OSULLOC Green Tea Fields. It was so beautiful, and well maintained. Throughout the fields there were some neat little art pieces and places to sit. 246 more words


The Chinese are buying up South Korea's Jeju Island, and the islanders are not too pleased

Beginning in the late 1970s and through the 80s, the dollar’s fast drop against the yen caused a real estate frenzy for Japanese investors who bought skyscrapers, houses, condos, and other property in Hawaii. 441 more words