Hallyeohaesang National Park
31 August 2012 | Photos
Hallyeohaesang National Park is a unique marine ecosystem in South Korea. It has been certified as a Category II Protected Area under the UN List of Protected Areas.
Even though the park includes 69 uninhabited and 30 inhabited islands and encompasses the most beautiful stretch of Korea’s south coast, most parts of the park consist of open ocean. More than one million people visit Hallyeohaesang National Park each year to enjoy the famous beaches, the bloom of camellias and to watch migrating sea birds.