Saryeoni Forest Trail, well-known to locals long before, gained its fame in recent years thanks to the ‘healing effect’ the forest has, which came into spotlight after the well-being boom. Saryeoni(means ‘sacred’ in Jeju dialect) Forest is crowded with tourists during the weekends, so tourists who prefer quiet, serene stroll might wanna go to other forest such as Halla Eco Forest before they come visit the Saryeoni Forest. If interested, come see how the natural forest in Jeju looks(Bus 710 takes you here).

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Wooden Signpost directing ‘Saryeoni Forest Trail’
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Path to the Saryeoni Forest Trail
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Map of the Saryeoni Forest Trail
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Signpost explaining how the Saryeoni Forest Trail got its fame
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Road which cannot be entered
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Forest trees with the signpost
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Forest trail
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One could just take shorter ‘circular trail’ path instead of going around the whole Saryeoni Forest Trail
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Place to take a break
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Path to the circular trail
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A roe deer could be spotted
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Trail inside the circular path
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Larger place to take a rest
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Signposts give details to the Forest Trail
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Trail near the stream
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Stream which flows with water on a rainy day

Strolling the Saryeoni Forest Trail will make you feel like wandering a endless forest. I recommend this forest to those who are interested in forest more than other tourist attractions. If you stay in the Jeju Island for more than a month, visit the Saryeoni Forest without any hesitation.

Written by Allaboutjeju

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