Jeju, Korea
Jeju   Korea  
World Natural Heritage ‘Jeju-Island’
Located southwest of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island is a popular tourist destination among domestic and international travelers alike for its beautiful and pristine natural scenery. The island is home to a number of UNESCO-designated World Natural Heritage sites such as Manjanggul Cave and Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, as well as distinct tourist attractions like the numerous oreums (Jeju dialect for small volcanic cones) scattered around the island. Apart from its stunning natural environment, Jeju is also known for dishes made with fresh and savory local products and seafood, offering both visual and palatable pleasure for visitors to the island.
Samda-do Sammoo-do Tamna
三多島 三無島 耽羅
It is regarded as Samda-do due to the abundance of stones, wind and women. It is also known as Sammoo-do because there is no stealing, no beggars and no front gates. It had only one kingdom for 464 years, which gave it the name of Tamna.
Main Attractions
Mt. Halla, the highest holy mountain in South Korea Geomun Oreum Lava Tube System, 9 lava tubes Seongsan Ilchulbong, oreum of the rising sun Yongduam, a rock that resembles a dragon's head

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Jeju, Korea
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