Jeju-do Island is basically the Korean version of Hawaii. Everywhere you go, there's something fun to do or breathtaking natural beauty. Such is this case at Seopjikoji (섭지코지). The name, by the way, is a combination of "Seopji," the old name for the area and "Koji," which in Jeju dialect means a sudden bump on the land.

Located on a small outcrop of land on the eastern shore of Jeju-do, there's a rock protruding out from the small cliff named "Seondol." The mix of lava rock, greenery, and the dark blue ocean all add up for one truly beautiful scene.

The uncompromising beauty of South Korea's Jeju Island coastline.