The 10th EAFES International Congress
Arte museum is Jeju’s newest (and largest) immersive media art destination.
The building, which used to be a factory that manufactured speakers, was remodeled to create a media art world using the latest technology.
The Yongmeori coast got its name because the beach looks like a dragon that is jumping into the ocean with its head raised (“Yong” means dragon and “Meori” means head in Korean).Yongmeori is a sandstone bed created by layers of sand that have been deposited for tens of millions of years.
Hueree natural park is very Jeju-like and very local park, enough to state it as little Jeju inside of Jeju. It is natural life experience park located at the end of Hallasan Mountain skirt. You may enjoy with leisure while taking a walk in Jeju Olle to relieve your heart worn out from the city life, and a cute performance of black pigs is another sight to enjoy.
Well known for its beautiful scenery, white sand and emerald water, Jeju Woljeong-ri beach has a road filled with tea houses and coffee shops. This is a great stopover during your trip to Jeju Island, and one of few places to enjoy an exotic view.
Seongsan ilchulbong Peak was designated a Natural Monument on July 19, 2000 and subsequently recognized for its outstanding geological value by UNESCO on July 2, 2007, when it was added to the World Natural Heritage List. The peak was also named a Global Geopark Network site in October, 2010.
This beach shines colorfully in the sunlight, changing to an emerald or blue hue depending on the depth of the water and the concentration of coral sand.It looks just like something you would see in the South Pacific or Mediterranean.The romantic view of the sunset over the ocean will surely move you to think of your loved ones.Various views afforded to visitors of Udo Island.