This is the second time lapse video from Oh Choong Young that I have felt compelled to share. Yes, it is a bit long, with fabulous nature scene stacked atop one another, but there is some true magic to be felt on Jeju-do… if you’re open to it.
Nature Photography from places all over South Korea likeJeju-do, Seorak-san, Mudeung-san, Busan, & Boseong using both my Canon A590 and EOS D60 digital cameras
The critically acclaimed South Korean musical, Nanta, is now playing in Jeju City on Jeju Island (also playing in Seoul, Gangnam Area). It’s the story of three cooks who have to prepare food for a last minute wedding with the help of their manager’s incompetent nephew. The performance is almost Continue Reading
Nearly all Korean hagwon teachers get 6 days off for Summer vacation during July. We spent ours in (or on) Jeju-do. For the second time, I stayed at the Tae Gong Gak located above the Seogwipo Harbor. One of the owners even remembered me from when I went to Jeju Continue Reading
Getting there from Gwangju: Bus to Mokpo – 50 minutes, 3000 WON Taxi to Mokpo Passenger Ferry Terminal: 5000 WON. There are two terminals in Mokpo, but both have ferries to Jeju. Ferry from Mokpo to Jeju City: 4.5 hours, 37000 WON. Next time we’ll buy the cheaper seats and Continue Reading