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Jeju volcanic island

Listed under Volcanoes in Jeju, South Korea.

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Jeju island, South Korea's largest island, is formed from a massive extinct volcano rising out of the sea. Whilst the resort areas of the island can be safely missed (think an Asian version of Blackpool tack) the natural features are not to be missed. Climbing Halla-san: a volcano 1,950m high offers a wonderful view of the island the sea in the distance. Worth a visit!

Written by  Al James.

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