- Hueree Natural Park
Located at the outskirts of Hallasan Mountain, Hueree Natural Park is one of the most local and beautiful parks on Jeju Island. Commonly depicted as “an island within the island,” the park is a fun place to experience nature and its importance. It offers various seasonal programs: Apricot Flower Festival, Plum Harvest, and Orange Mandarin Harvest. Earthenware, Dottong (traditional local bathroom), and millstones offer a glimpse of local life and culture. Visitors can also feed baby pigs, rabbits, squirrels, and black goats. Full of colorful volcanic stone towers in the pine forest, the park is floored with volcanic cinders (called scoria) in its entirety. Walking barefoot amidst the gently blowing wind in the forest will surely offer the best rest and leisure to visitors.
- Saebyol Oreum
Located in Bongseong-ri, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si, Saebyeol Oreum (called Hyoseongak) is a parasitic volcano cone set alone that looks like a lonely star (Saetbyeol in Korean) in the night sky, giving this volcano cone its name. Based on the highest south peak, small peaks continue in the northwest direction, forming an oval-shape. The oreum is a mid-sized oreum among 360 oreums on Jeju Island and it features a stunning view from the peak of the beautiful ridges connecting to one another.
Seopjikoji is located at the end of the eastern shore of Jeju Island and boasts a fantastic scenery especially in April when yellow canola flowers are in full bloom. "Seopji" is the old name for the area, and "Koji" is Jeju dialect meaning a sudden bump on land. On top of the hill stands Hyeopja Beacon Fire Station, reaching 4 meters in height with a width and length of 9 meters. Seopjikoji was the filming site of "Gingko Bed," "The Uprising," "One Thousand and One Nights" and other Korean TV dramas. Nearby attractions include Jeju Folk Village and Udo Island.
- Udo Sanho Beach (Seobinbaeksa)
Udo Sanho Beach, often referred to as Seobinbaeksa Beach, is a red algal nodules beach. The ocean here varies in colors, from bright emerald to deep sapphire according to its depth. The view is so unique that it is almost incomparable to the Mediterranean Sea, South Pacific Sea, or any other ocean views.
- Camellia Hill
Camellia Hill is a camellia arboretum that was created on a 172,000 square meter plot of land in Sangchang-ri, Andeok-myeon, Jeju-do. The arboretum is home to 6,000 camellia trees of 500 different species including species that are known to produce the world’s largest and earliest blossoms. In addition to camellia trees, the arboretum also boasts palm trees, wildflowers, and other plants as well as a sprawling grass plaza and an ecological pond. Auxiliary facilities include a gallery exhibiting camellia-themed crafts and a multipurpose seminar room. Camellia Hill also offers a variety of lodging facilities ranging from thatched-roof cottages and wooden cottages to steel houses and a condominium-type resort.