After having spent a week in Jeju Island, I understood why this island attracts many tourists including honeymooners. It had everything: Beautiful greenery and mountains, lava tubes and volcanic landscapes, beaches, beautiful walking trails, waterfalls, and plenty of activities for everyone including little people. Moreover, I had the best cultural and gastronomic experience in Jeju island. Well known for their fresh seafood, black pigs, peanuts, and their citrus fruits, the island was a heaven for food lovers.
Black pork Korea BBQ
When in Jeju, you need to try the black pork (from a special breed that lives in Jeju) in a classic Korean style barbecue. Typically it came out with a fish-sauce based dipping sauce, which was an interesting combination. My tip for finding a good (BBQ or any) restaurants to go would be to ask a local person as opposed to trusting online sources because not all reviews seem to be genuine, including personal blog reviews.