Jeollanam-do sits at the southwestern corner of the country. It's Korea's least developed province and boasts an impressive coastline, abundant shimmering rice fields and a disposition that feels laid back and authentic. The coastline looks out over some 2,000 islands, several of which are connected to the mainland by bridges. Jeollanam-do has the warmest weather in Korea and is famous for its' agricultural products and seafood.
A beautiful Marine Archipelago made up of over 1,700 islands and islets, Dadohae Haesang is a great place to escape the madding crowds!
Perched on the southwestern tip of the Korean peninsula, Mokpo is a bright, breezy port city with excellent seafood. A ferry service to Jeju-do is available from the city. The peaks of Yudal mountain, rising from the center of the old downtown, add to Mokpo's charm.