I took a trip to Jeju Island with my co-workers in 21~22th November.
The climate was mild,
but the temperature of Korea proper dropped suddenly.
(all iPhone pics)
Jeju Island is the largest island in Korea.
The gross area is one-eighth Northern Ireland.
Its population is about six hundred thousand.
Because its subtropical climate,
there is a chief producing place of tangerine.
The geological strata of Jeju Island are
composed of lava.
There is a belt trail along the waterfront.
It's called 'Olleh'.
One sea bream angler enjoys the loneliness.
I envy him a few moments.
We walk on 10th Olleh course.
We've walked 7th, 10th, 12th of the 18 courses.
My pine burl kuksa
comes with this trip.
Some co-workers fish on boat
instead of walking.
We eat a la carte of Jeje Island at every meal.
The rural areas of Jeju Island are
fertile and arcadian.
Carrot, cabbage, spring onion, dairy etc.
On our way to 12th Olleh course...
I feel easier now that I have walked
around this scenic island.