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Seogwipo five day market, Bomok and Two Weeks coffee shop

sunny 25 °C

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Seogwipo five day market falles on every day with the number 4 and 9 like
everywhere elese in South Korea.

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Jeju Mangoes

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Jeju ginseng

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Millipedes

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Silkworms

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Barbara buying a coffee from the mobile coffee trolley.

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Flowers of Seogwipo

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Sop seom - forest island

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Maekolli (fermented rice wine) shop. Very popular in Jeju.

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Two weeks coffee shop garden in Bomok. First class.

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It's rare to find a place that sells wine in Jeju. This made our day.

Posted by JBarker 05.06.2011 01:41 Archived in South Korea

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