Jeju Island Part III

My sister is an absolute queen (in general and) when it comes to finding amazing Airbnbs- ours in Aewol was nothing short of that.

First on the agenda for our final day in Jeju was Hyeopjae Beach. 

The seashore of the beach stretches 9 km and into the distance lies Biyangdo Island. 

Delicately walking on the volcanic rocks, we saw so many cool things but unfortunately no red foot crabs in sight.

Before we explored the rest of the beach, we made a stop at Slab Coffee .

Rather than head to Jeju City for shopping (what we had planned initially), we decided to explore the area near our Airbnb instead.

We walked along Aewol Coastal road which boasted breathtaking views, then made pit stops at a couple of cafes for a recharge.

Night fall came so we headed back and ordered takeout- making ourselves comfortable in our temporary home. The perfect end to our stay in Jeju but I didn't want to leave!

Seoul was awaiting the arrival of two city girls and we were rejoicing to be reunited with this wonderful city. We were also very much avoiding the fact that we only had one day left in South Korea.
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