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About Chuja Island

Chuja Island is located halfway between Jeju to the south and the South Korean mainland to the north.

Consisting of 2 main islands connected by a bridge called Hachuja and Sangchuja, meaning ‘upper’ and ‘lower Chuja’, there are also 38 uninhabited islands lying just offshore.

The islands are fantastic for sea fishing, with a huge variety of species such as yellow corvinas, snappers and horn fish to be found in the surrounding waters. On land, some of the main attractions include a habitat for black wood pigeons and streaked shearwaters and the shrine of Choi Yeong, a famous 14th Century army General.

Chuja Island’s ferry terminal is on the east coast, where frequent sailings are provided to the island of Jeju and the port of Wando on the mainland. The routes are operated by one of South Korea’s leading ferry companies, with journeys provided almost every day.

About South Korea

South Korea, officially known as the Republic of Korea is a country constituting the Southern part of the Korean Peninsula, with China to the West and Japan to the Southeast.

South Korea is becoming a popular tourist destination, with its Capital city Seoul as a must see. The capital is home to many palaces as well as the Seoul tower. The city of Busan is also home to the beautiful Haeundae beach where families go during the summer season to enjoy the best sea view.

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