Smack dab in the middle of Jeju-do is Hallasan National Park.
It’s a massive 153 square kilometer park, taking up about 8% of the island’s total landmass. This massive volcano that formed the island rises to just shy of 2,000m.
The strenuous trails to the summit can take up to 5 hours to reach the top. But not everyone has that kind of time when visiting Jeju, so we opted to hike the Eoseungsaengak Trail.
Only 1.3km, it takes visitors through an amazing forest canopy and is suitable for all fitness levels.
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