Observe winter constellations in Jeju’s clear night sky

Winter in Jeju is the best season to gaze at the stars. The low humidity and the presence of wind blows fine dust and pollution away and reveals a vivid and clear night sky. You can easily observe the Big Dipper and Cassiopeia in the northern sky, and the colorful hourglass-shaped Orion in the southern sky and below that, Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky just next to the moon. The opportunity to encounter special winter constellations that will make you forget even the coldest winter night winds that chill the tip of your nose, will ensure that you spend all night under Jeju’s eastern, western, southern, and northern night skies.

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