Trip To Jeju

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제주도 출 발!
Leaving for Jeju Island!
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성산일출봉 언제봐도 넘 좋은..
It’s really good whenever one sees Seongsan Ilchulbong
Seongsan Ilchulbong is the peak in the background of the photo below, also known as the Sunrise Peak. Visitors to Jeju can hike up to the top of the crater-like peak to watch the sunrise.

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8년만에 제주도 ..반갑네요..
Been 8 years on Jeju Island …. nice to meet you …

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통갈치화덕구이..겁나맛있어요!
Oven roasted hairtail …. delicious!
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누가더 멀리멀리 점프를..
Who jumps further


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2 Responses to Trip To Jeju

  1. Zsuzsanna says:

    Well, Sang-Hyeon is the biggest child among them! 😀 It’s good to see that SH spends a lot of time with family collectiing memories! And even better to see they go to Jeju! It’s a big dream for me, too! 😀 I like to see that he doesn’t hid the face of those two beauties! Children are so cute and have very nice face!. As I see from the photos, Na-Gyeom is a more serious and girlish and Na-On is more communicative, sometimes she seems to be a boy, just like I was in my childhood! 😀 But she is too small at the moment! 😀 That baby buggy or carriage is very interesting! 😀
    I wish them a very happy holiday! 😀

    • juleecwk says:

      It’s really nice that SH is sharing his family holiday photos and the faces of his girls. They are both pretty with lovely eyes. Great that he’s enjoying time with his family. SH is still very much a boy at heart 😀 , sometimes he has more fun than his kids.

      Jeju is a nice place, was there 4 years ago on a study trip with my previous Korean language classmates and teacher. We had visited this Sunrise Peak, needed to set off really early in the morning in order to reach its base then made a tiring climb up many steps to the crater-like peak to catch the sunset. We also visited the Manjanggul Cave which were carved out by flowing lava. A nice place to relax and get away from the city.

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