Jeju Island, South Korea | Oct. 26-28, 2018
About Jeju Island
Geography: Jejudo is a volcanic island, the island was created by volcanic eruptions approximately 2 million years ago, during the Cenozoic era. The island consists chiefly of basalt and lava. An area covering about 12% (224 square kilometres or 86 square miles) of Jejudo is known as Gotjawal Forest. Gotjawal forest is considered an internationally important wetland under the Ramsar Convention by some researchers.
Climate: Jeju has a humid subtropical climate, making it warmer than that of the rest of South Korea. Four distinct seasons are experienced on Jeju; winters are cool and dry while summers are hot, humid, and sometimes rainy.
- Transportation: Jeju International Airport is the 2nd largest airport in South Korea, just behind Incheon Airport in Incheon. It is located in the city of Jeju.
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