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Jeju City, the capital of Jeju Province on Jeju Island, South Korea, is known for its unique volcanic landscape, mild climate, and a mix of natural and cultural attractions. The city serves as the main gateway to the island and offers visitors a variety of activities including exploring Hallasan Mountain, visiting beaches, and enjoying local cuisine. The Hallasan National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and Seongsan Ilchulbong, a UNESCO World Heritage site, make Jeju City a focal point for nature enthusiasts.
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Hallasan Mountain

Hallasan Mountain is a shield volcano and the highest point in South Korea, rising 1,947 meters above sea level. Hallasan is notable for its wealth of ecosystems, rich biodiversity, and scenic beauty, which makes it a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The crater lake Baengnokdam, situated at the summit, adds to the mountain's allure. Hiking is a popular activity here, with several trails offering varying levels of difficulty, making it accessible for both casual walkers and seasoned climbers.

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Manjanggul Cave

Manjanggul Cave is one of the finest lava tunnels in the world, measuring over 13 kilometers in length. Located on Jeju Island, this lava tube is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers visitors a unique glimpse into volcanic activity. The cave features diverse and stunning rock formations, including stalactites, stalagmites, and unique lava formations like the lava column, which is the largest in the world. The cave's well-lit paths allow for a safe and exciting exploration experience.

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Seopjikoji

Seopjikoji is a popular scenic spot located on the eastern shore of Jeju Island. Known for its beautiful coastal views, this area features unique geological formations, vast flower fields, and the iconic Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak in the distance. Seopjikoji is particularly famous for its springtime yellow canola flowers and the serene atmosphere, making it a favorite among photographers and nature enthusiasts alike. Walking trails and historic sites like the Phoenix Island Resort add to its charm and accessibility.

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