The southern coast of South Korea’s Jeju Island is home to Jusang Jeolldae, a striking series of rocks bridging Mount Halla with the Sea of Jungmun.
These rocks are the hardened remains of a lava flow from Mount Halla, also known as Hallasan in Korean. Jusang Jeolldae tours may be as long or brief as you desire; stop for a few minutes to take pictures of the waves crashing over the rocks, or stay for a longer time to drink in the true beauty of the area.
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