Saturday, I was lucky enough to get picked up by a friend for a walk in Jeju Stone Park. We stopped first at the forest and Jeju traditional village across the way. There they have built eight and are planning to build 50 total Jeju traditional houses that you can rent and stay in (up to 8 people). Very cool …stone base, thatched roof.
The Jeju Stone Park itself has paths through the forest, which is lush and dripping with ferns and usually water. It rained on and off as we walked. It’s a worthwhile excursion with the forest paths, aesthetically placed interesting stones, harebaungs, and an underground museum about the geology of the area, plus exhibits about the universe!
Jeju is known for Stone, Wind and Women. We got all three on Saturday as we walked.