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Jeju Island: Exploring More of the City (Part 12)

And finally here's the last part of my series. There's a reason why I made it last and separated from all the other posts. Hush, hush! This is for the adults only. LOL.

I've just wanted to show you more and get a feel of the tourists spots on this island that it took a long, long while to put everything together. There are educational museums, interesting monuments, amazing landscapes and now how about educational arts for making love! Well, now you know why I need to keep it hush, hush. Haha!

Let's see if there's a lot on my library of Jeju files. But more than that, here's how me and my friends explore more of Jeju Island. Enjoy!

Jusangjeolli Cliff

Along the Jisatgae coast, are stone pillars piled imposingly. It is Jusangjeolli Cliff which has been a cultural monument of Jejudo Island. The rocks are shaped like cubes, hexagons, columns as if they are manmade.

That coast looks raging and wild. I think it's fit for some emo time but not while you're thinking of some hardships in your life. Oh no, no, no.


We had more photos on this famous filming location of the 2003 Koreanovela, Jewel in the Palace. I guess, we could have collected 10862035 likes just by "peace"/very Asian posing in front of the huge Jang-geum tarpaulin alone if it was back in the days when the soap is still running on TV.


I am one of the many fans who got hooked on that story, bought all the seven volumes of DVD of it and watch the no-commercial break series until the crack of dawn. That series is really beautiful.



And finally, la la la la la LOVELAND. For moms and dad only if you are travelling with kids of young ages.

Well, I think I can only show you this wall because behind it are bold arts of human sexuality. Simply, sex in exhibit at an outdoor setting! By the way, it's just art. Okay? The park is all about the art and act of sex that you can imagine and haven't had the idea maybe. My only concern, I don't know how to caption the photos. Haha.

One of the sculptures that you'll see inside. There are 140 of this kind inside the park. Not that I counted it, it's in Wiki. Haha.
Shops of kinky sorts. On the second floor is where dioramas of all the positions you can imagine. The how's and where's it is done. 

All I can say is that it's not uniquely Korean but it's the same accross any land. Yes, Love is universal.

Visitors are required to be at least 18 years old. *wink

Oh, I guess that's it, pansit! Thank you for the wonderful two days, Jeju! Wow, we did all that and visited all those memorable destinations in just 2 days. (This has been the continuation of part 11). There's really more to appreciate in Jeju. Especially the FOOD!

'Till next time, Jeju!

And thanks to my readers of this Series. I hope you enjoyed every posts which I've started HERE!

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Jeju Island: Exploring More of the City (Part 12)


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