Not sure how I can wrap up my trip to Jeju-do in a quick and easy write-up, so I am going to litter it with a ton of photos.
First of all, this was the view from my room at New Kungnam Hotel.
Such a great way to start off each day!
We went to the Jeju Folk Village Museum, where my favorite Korean drama was filmed.
I loved exploring all the little villages. It is amazing to see how the Koreans used to live. I love this country, the people, and its history. Such a great place to be if you feel the way I do about Korea.
We went to Hallim Park.
The caves were beautiful! I stepped on a snake and saw two turtles having sex. Really got my heart racing! The snake, that is —not the turtles.
Across from Hallim Park is Hyeopjae Beach.
Who doesn’t love a white, sandy beach?
Enjoying Cheonjiyeon Waterfall with the Korean families.
Also, we rented scooters and drove around the island.
I kind of want to get a scooter in Busan now. I had a lot of fun on that thing!
Took a bunch of hilarious photos at the Trick Art Museum.
The place is crowded and the photo opportunities are hit or miss, but I can’t not recommend it to people if you want some goofy photos to bring home.
Of course we went to Loveland. Here is a photo of me between Boobie Hills.
I love Jeju-do, and can’t wait to go back. I can see myself teaching English there. That is exactly what I said after returning from Taiwan, so maybe it’s just something I can’t help saying. I love Asia!