South Korea - Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes

"Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes together comprise three sites that make up 18,846 ha. It includes Geomunoreum, regarded as the finest lava tube system of caves anywhere, with its multicoloured carbonate roofs and floors, and dark-coloured lava walls; the fortress-like Seongsan Ilchulbong tuff cone, rising out of the ocean, a dramatic landscape; and Mount Halla, the highest in Korea, with its waterfalls, multi-shaped rock formations, and lake-filled crater. The site, of outstanding aesthetic beauty, also bears testimony to the history of the planet, its features and processes." 

Source: UNESCO World Heritage

Postcard 1A - Lava Tubes
Yongcheon Cave, UNESCO World Heritage of Jeju. Thanks to Nurul of Malaysia for sending from Seoul, South Korea.

Postcard 1B - Lava Tubes
Manjanggul Grotto - the largest lava tube caves of Geomomoreum system.

Postcard 2A - Hallasan
The Royal Azalea Blossom of Mt. Hallasan of Jeju Island of South Korea. Nice stamps. Thanks to Joy for sending from South Korea.

Postcard 2B - Hallasan
Mount Halla's Crater Lake. When I was in South Korea, I bought these postcards of Cheju. There are the three major sites of this UNESCO World Heritage.

Postcard 2C - Hallasan
Top of Halla-san. Thanks to CYL who bought this postcard in South Korea.

Postcard 3A - Seongsan
Seongsan tuff cone rising from the ocean floor.

Postcard 3B - Seongsan
A different view of Seongsan. Thanks to CYL who bought this postcard in South Korea.

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