Next door to the Mok Office is the 15th-century Gwandeokjeong, an impressive and recently renovated pavilion that was used for receiving...
The nearest beach to Jeju-si along the west coast is blessed with an unusual mixture of yellow and grey sand, which means that you can...
Hotels, motels, restaurants and fast-food outlets are strung along the seafront, but there is no beach. It can be lively in the evenings...
Cheongsong Eoreum Makgeolli
Don't leave without popping into this traditional 'makgeolli and mackerel' pub restaurant near the seafront that offers a wide choice...
Sit at the counter, at a table or in your own private room and enjoy Japanese-style sushi, sea bream soup or abalone rice porridge.
Lonely Planet review
Tom and Suji at Travel Story speak English and hire out bicycles (per day around ₩5000) and cute Taiwanese scooters (per day around ₩250 to around ₩300) which can take two people. The scooters range from 50cc to 125cc and insurance is another around ₩5000. A scooter is a cool and convenient way to tour Jejudo. Telephone and they will pick you up from the airport or ferry port.