Seogwipo sunset

Saeyeon_gyoJeju, or parts of it, have been awarded three UNESCO designations in recognition of its unique characteristics: it’s been designated as a Biosphere Reserve, World Natural Heritage site and a Global Geopark. There are certainly some impressive features.

The bridge in the photo above (taken with my iPhone5 because I’d left my camera at home) joins a volcanic island to the mainland next to the harbour of Seogwipo, the main town on the south coast. The island in the photo below, Beomseom, is another volcano (of course), supposedly resembling a crouching tiger. If you saw such a volcanic island off the coast, rising steeply out of the sea, why would you look for a resemblance to anything else?


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  1. Pingback: The Coast of Seogwipo | S.K. in S.K.

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