Jeju Island is a semi-tropical paradise off the Korean peninsula. It was formed some 2 million years ago from a series of volcanic eruptions which left behind some simply spectacular scenery. It’s a great place for nature lovers. Many people come here to climb to the top of the island’s central crater, which is actually the highest point in South Korea.
South Korea is an ultra-modern society with massive apartment complexes and high-speed bullet trains. Koreans are some of the most tech-savvy people in the world—with smart-phones, outrageously fast Internet connections and a way of doing almost everything online or with an app.