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1111-272 - Haenyeo women free-diving for seafood and crustaceans, Jeju Island, South Korea. Famous for diving into their eighties and being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-271 - Haenyeo women free-diving for seafood and crustaceans, Jeju Island, South Korea. Famous for diving into their eighties and for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-270 - Haenyeo women free-diving for seafood and crustaceans, Jeju Island, South Korea. Famous for diving into their eighties and for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-268 - A stamp box on the Jeju Olle Trail, a famous pilgrimage. The trail consists of more than twenty individual interconnected tracks ranging from five to 23 kilometres in length. Each track has a stamp for the Jeju Olle Trail passport book.
1111-267 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-266 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-265 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-263 - Jeju's Haenyeo museum showcases clothes and items used when Jeju women first took to the ocean to source seafood for their families. Video footage in the museum shows their often tumultuous lifestyle.
1111-258 - Yakcheonsa Temple measures 30 meters high and spans 3,305 square meters; with many halls and praying rooms, it is the largest temple in Asia. Visitors can choose to have a temple stay to learn the Buddhist lifestyle on Jeju Island.
1111-259 - Yakcheonsa Temple measures 30 meters high and spans 3,305 square meters; with many halls and praying rooms, it is the largest temple in Asia. Visitors can choose to have a temple stay to learn the Buddhist lifestyle on Jeju Island.
1111-257 - Tea ceremony at Yakcheonsa Temple. It measures 30 meters high and spans 3,305 square meters; with many halls and praying rooms, it is the largest temple in Asia. Visitors can choose to have a temple stay to learn the Buddhist lifestyle on Jeju Island.
1111-256 - Yakcheonsa Temple measures 30 meters high and spans 3,305 square meters; with many halls and praying rooms, it is the largest temple in Asia. Visitors can choose to have a temple stay to learn the Buddhist lifestyle on Jeju Island.
1111-254 - Haenyeo women sort their catch. They dive for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-253 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-252 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-250 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-251 - Haenyeo diving for conch, octopus, seaweed, and other seafood. Famous for diving into their eighties for being able to hold their breath for up to two minutes, the Haenyeo have harvested Jeju's oceans for hundreds of years.
1111-248 - Jeju Island's sex museum is one of its kind in South Korea; also the largest in the world. Tastefully thought out it covers current day issues and sexual history dating back hundreds of years.