This show was fantastically funny and incredibly entertaining. I was sitting in the front row and, perhaps as the only white person in the audience, that made me a prime candidate to get pulled up on stage to participate in some of the antics. Yes, there’s a photo. No, I won’t post it.
This is Jeongbang waterfall. It’s the only seaside waterfall that falls directly into the ocean in Asia.
The picture below is of a temple called Yakcheonsa. It’s the largest Buddhist building in Asia and it also has a great view of the ocean.
The Jusangjeoli Rocks are another famous attraction on Jeju Island. They were formed when lava ran into the ocean. The rocks are shaped like six-sided pillars.
Above is an example of how residents of Jeju had to tie down the roofs of their homes. The island is very windy, and if residents didn’t secure their roofs, they would blow away.
This final picture is of O’Sulloc Tea Museum. This is a field full of green tea leaves. The museum will roast the leaves for tea and even offers green tea ice cream (which was quite good).