One of the interesting features of Jeju is that it’s covered by many hills called oreum. There is one big volcano called Hallasan on Jeju (which we were to lazy to climb). The oreums are parasitic baby volcanoes, and there are almost 400 of them on the island. We visited the most famous one, Geomun oreum, which is only accessible by appointment on a guided tour.
As the tour was only in korean, and there was a LOT of explaination done, we where really bored and annoyed after waiting for half an hour of korean bla bla (no exaggeration). So we decided to skip the part of the tour that explorers the inside of the crater and decided to find something else to do. First we headed to the stone art museum, but unfortunately it was closed exactly on this day, every first Monday of the month. So we headed to a small island in the south that could be reached by a bridge instead.