Articles in the Getting Out of Jeju Category
The Pink Dolphin (10,000 won single, one hour) is the fastest way of reaching Chujado and operates from the Jeju City Ferry Terminal daily, though weather conditions do lead to cancellations. It is advisable to take medicine to prevent sea-sickness as the journey is notoriously rough. Medicine is sold in the pharmacy just to the left of the escalators upon reaching the terminal’s second floor. Alternatively, take the larger and slower ferry (8,000 won, two hours), which will provide a much smoother ride. Please check times at the …
Getting Out of Jeju, Visiting Jeju? »
Ferry services are available 3-6 times weekly at the harbors of Incheon, Busan and Mokpo to Jeju-do Island, a UNESCO designated World Natural Heritage. The ferry not only carries passengers, but cars as well, making it possible for travelers to take their vehicles on their trip.
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Getting Out of Jeju »
With a small number of international flights available from the island, Jeju Life took an opportunity over the 2007 Chuseok holiday to visit Tokyo, Japan, and sketches out the practical considerations of such a trip.
Arriving into Narita Airport after a flight of about two hours will still place you an hour away from the first of the city’s many downtown areas. The fastest way from Terminal One to the centre is to take the Narita Express train service (3,000 Yen or 25,000 Won). Ticket counters are to your left …