Jeju is proud of its UNESCO World Natural Heritage designation. This article will explore the three locations central to this accreditation: Hallasan Mountain, Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, and Geomun Oreum.
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-Seven Routes Around Korea’s Highest Peak: Hallasan National Park (More info: www.visitjeju.net/u/67A)
-Dramatic Tuff Cone Rising From the Sea: Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak (More info: www.visitjeju.net/u/67B)
-Geologically Important Volcanic Cone: Geomun Oreum Lava Tube System (More info: www.visitjeju.net/u/67C)
– A 1-km-long Path Through a Lava Tube: Manjanggul Cave (More info: www.visitjeju.net/u/67D)
Please note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, traveling to Jeju is problematic. In the meantime, we are highlighting some of the island’s attractions. We sincerely hope you will visit Jeju once it is safe to do so.
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