How to spend a cool summer on Jeju

Korea Meteorological Administration2

According to the weather forecast there will be no rain from July 21 through to the end of the week. The Jeju rainy season has gone and the summer heat is really here. One of the ways to lower the temperature a bit while out touring is to take in one of the island’s many different forests like the Bijarim, Saryeoni Forest Trail, Seogwipo Recreational Forest, Geomun Oreum, Jeolmul National Recreational Forest, and Gyorae Gotjawal. We’ll be introducing all of these very soon.

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