The yellow, black, green and blue of Gwangchigi Beach and its canola flowers

Nearby Seongsan Sunrise Peak, a very popular visitor destination and UNESCO World Natural Heritage site, there are spectacular canola fields that blossom from December to February. People come from all over to take selfies in these fields, which are framed by the blue sea and sky, the green leaves, yellow flowers, and black basalt rock.

Details and a map: www.visitjeju.net/u/1rB

Many of these fields are privately owned and charge a modest fee (about 1,000 won or so). There are many fields to choose from, so you can seek out the one that best suits your taste and budget.


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