Have you ever heard about ‘Jeju Island’?
It is a volcanic island that is eligible to be one of the purest locations on earth.
Jeju Island has several jaw-dropping natural wonders which should rank it higher in UNESCO world heritage listing. Also the freshly made delicious local foods make the place stand out even more. You can taste Jeju Island’s traditional dishes here too. There are varieties of traditional dishes in Jeju Island. ‘Hal-la-bong’ which is Jeju Island’s special kind of tangerine, can only grow in the very south of country. They are extremely sweet and delicious.
Jeju Island’s abalone, found feeding on seaweed in only the cleanest waters of the ocean, forms a vital part of Jeju cuisine and holds an elevated position as the ‘Emperor of Shellfish’ not only in Korea, but the world over. The calorie in Abalone per 1 item peeled is 100 calories. Abalone is calculated to be 100 Cal of mostly protein, 8g of carbohydrates, 0.4g of fat in 100g while being rich in vitamins and minerals. In addition, the shell of the abalone has been a source for decoration as well as food for centuries.
Many aspects of Jeju Island attracts the travelers. A lot of visitors come to Jeju Island during the summer through the beginning of Fall season. You can be sightseeing the clean sky of its nature the fullest during those seasons.
Today, we are going to introduce ‘Han lim park – Lotus flower festival’
Hal lim park is one of the representative attractions of Jeju Island where you can encounter tropical setting. Visitors can enjoy checking out Palm Tree Road, Jeju Stone and Bonsai Garden, Water Garden, Subtropical Botanic Garden and much more. During summer, Hal lim park held annual lotus flower festival starting July 1st to end of September. (Hurry there's not much time left!!!)
You can experience and encounter cool waterfall with dragon files viewing lotus flowers in beautiful setting. The most famous tourist sites in Ha lim Park are Heeopjaegul and Ssangyounggul cavers, known to be the only two dimensional caves in the world. Ssangyounggul Cave is kept at a constant 17-20℃ throughout the year, it is a welcome escape from the heat in the summer and a great place to warm up in the winter. For more information, please check this page out! >> www.hallimpark.co.kr
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Korean Jeju island ‘Hal lim’ park lotus flower festival / Tourist attraction