The yellow blossoms of the canola crop are brightening the island at the moment. Here are shots taken on Thursday near Gwangchi Beach on the east side of the island. This particular spot has an entrance fee of 1,000 won but as you can see, it’s worth it!
And for those keeping track, the 36th Jeju Canola Flower Festival is currently scheduled for April 7 to 15th. For complete program details, check their website.
We hope you will have the opportunity to visit Jeju Island during the lovely spring season!
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