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Udo Maritime Park
The Largest Island of Jeju-do, Named for Its Resemblance to a Cow Lying Down
Udo Island has a working lighthouse and theme park high atop a hill
Udo Treasure Island Leisure
ATVs, Scooters, Electric Bicycles For Use
Bongsudae Beacon Tower
Historical Sites of a Signalling Tower
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Refresh Your Body and Mind and Enjoy the Beauty of Udo Island with Us
A Beautiful and Affordable Pension Where You Can See Udo Island, Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, and Hallasan Mountain
Designated an Excellent Tour Accommodation by Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
Ojori 337 Guesthouse
A women-only guesthouse on the east side of the island with a stunning view of Udo Island and Seongsan Sunrise Peak
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All About Udo (What to See, Do, and Eat on the Island off the Island)
A trip around Jeju’s coast reveals numerous smaller islands. There is Chagwido and Biyangdo to the west, Marado and Gapado to the south, and on the far eastern side of the island lies Udo. Of these, Udo is the largest. It’s also home to some beautiful scenery, including white sand beaches, dramatic cliff faces, and plenty of local heritage. This article contains everything you need to know to have the perfect visit to Udo.
The Marvelous Views of Udo Island
Udo Island, which takes about 15 minutes by ferry to arrive, is the largest among the 63 islands of Jeju and resembles Jeju the most. What sceneries await us?
Colorful isle within an island: An Udo journey
They say Udo Island looks like a cow lying down and that life is slow there… but it’s dynamic and has the most wonderful white sand beach. From the tip of Jeju Island, you encounter an entirely new island. It only takes an hour to see the entire thing. But it’s so engrossing, some visitors spend days exploring it.
Peanuts and Ice Cream: An Udo Island Food Tour
One of the main reasons to visit Udo Island is to discover more about this “island within an island”. For one, it is famous for its white sand beach and emerald sea. Simultaneously it also has a magnificent black sand beach. And then there’s its famed locally grown peanuts, which have been added to high-quality ice cream in a wide variety of reasonably-priced, unique combinations by cafés and restaurants around this diminutive island. There’s something for everyone!
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