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Jeju, Korea with World Heritages by UNESCO

Jeju, just 64 kilometers south of the Korean Peninsula, is the Korea’s largest volcanic island. Jeju, called “Hawaii in Korea”, is an island full of wonder. Jeju is filled with natural wild life and an ecosystem that will surely amaze all.

In this reason, Jeju is a focal point of international affairs and is able to offer people many kinds of recreational activities with breathtaking vistas, a temperate climate and a unique traditional culture.

For more information on Jeju and Korea, please visit the Korea National Tourism Organization’s web-site (www.knto.or.kr)