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The Shilla Jeju presents an uninterrupted view of the Pacific Ocean and the magnificent Mt. Halla, topped by star-studded skies. Situated on the Korean resort island of Jeju, it offers restful settings to break the humdrum of everyday life. With spacious 90,000 premises, the hotel is constructed in Mediterranean style with harmonious blending of the European atmosphere. Bathed in natural light which also reminds of a tropical resort, The Shilla Jeju is and ideal environment for relaxation.
Haevichi, the leading hospitality affiliate of Hyundai Motor Group, had a unique vision: To create an exceptional space of rest and replenishment in the heart of an ancient natural landscape. Indoor and outdoor wedding venues are available. After entering into deep consultation about flower decorations, tables, clothes and layout designs, the personalized settings will be prepared to perfectly reflect the preferences of the bride and groom. Western and Korean buffet and course menus will be prepared, and a personalized menu setting is also available through consulting with our acclaimed chefs. Haevichi provides you with an elegant wedding in the largest banquet hall in Jeju for which the green nature of Jeju serves as a joyous backdrop. Total Rooms: 288 Distances: Jeju International Airport - 38.5KM City Centre - 40KM
We will present carefully tailored sophisticated services for brides and grooms’ most valuable day of life. We serve BBQ courses and buffets with wedding menus carefully selected by hotel chefs. We will design various concepts of wedding parties for your special day. The Seaes offers our wedding package for your special day. We will make an unforgettable memory with various special benefits. Nestled in the beautiful Jungmun Complex of Jeju, The Seaes Hotel & Resort Jeju provides private vacation-house rooms in nature on a 13,000-pyeong site with the harmony of past and present for the rest and memory of your lifetime. With seven types of dignified guest rooms, including traditional Korean-style rooms overlooking the sea, we greet guests with Jeju’s stone walls, straw-roofed houses, beautiful garden and water fountain pond, outdoor baths, and Aldre Garden by the sea. Featured in the popular TV Series The Secret Garden, Sorry, I Love You, Boys over Flowers, The Palace, we are also a popular tourist attraction that you must visit when you are in Jeju. Total Rooms: 29 Distances: Jeju International Airport - 30.1KM City Centre - 7KM
Jeju, the largest island of South Korea, is a top destination for weddings and honeymoons. No matter whether you are craving for spring with picturesque cherry blossoms, summer with sandy beaches, autumn with crispy red leaves or winter with the white snow, you will have one of your best memories here.
Being the honeymoon capital of South Korea, Jeju Island (Jejudo) is often highly regarded as the ‘Korean Hawaii’ by many Koreans. It is the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula, and the main island of Jeju Province. The island contains the natural World Heritage Site Jeju Volcanic Island and the longest Lava Tube in the world. Boasting some interesting customs, traditions and folklore, as well as an awesome landscape carved from pre-historic times, Jeju Island is the result of spewed lava surfacing from a sub-sea volcano some 700 to 1,200 thousand years ago. Laying south of the Korean peninsula, just an hour’s flight from Seoul, Jeju Island offers a totally different wedding experience with everlasting memories. It is an ideal location for pre-wedding shots, big day celebrations and a honeymoon getaway.
The modern Korean wedding feast or reception, (kyeolhon piroyeon) can be a mix of traditional and western cultures. At a traditional wedding feast, guests would expect to find bulgogi (marinated barbecue beef strips), galbi (marinated short ribs), a variety of kimchi (pickled cabbage with a variety of spices, with other ingredients such as radishes, seafood). There will be many accompanying bowls of sauces for dipping. The meal is always accompanied with a vast quantity of white, sticky rice as well as gimbap, which is rice, egg, spinach, crab meat, pickled radish, and other ingredients rolled in seaweed and sliced into 1-inch rounds. Mandu which are deep-fried or steamed dumplings filled with cabbage, carrot, meat, spinach, garlic, onion, chive, and clear noodle. Soup will be offered, very frequently a kimchi type, or a rice cake soup (rice dumplings with chicken broth), or doenjang jigae which is a fermented soybean paste soup. Also popular is a light broth boiled from dried anchovies and vegetable soups rendered from dried spinach, sliced radish or dried seaweed. Steamed rice cakes (tteok) sometimes embellished with aromatic mugwort leaves or dusted with toasted soy, barley, or millet flour are presented as a tasty ritual food. A large variety of fruits, such as Korean pears, and pastries will be offered for dessert afterward. In South Korea, the major crop has historically been rice, and thus most Korean traditional alcoholic beverages are rice wines such as Yakju, Cheongju and Makgeolli. Rice wine is often used during the wedding ceremony. Soju, a clear, slightly sweet distilled spirit, is the most popular Korean liquor, it is made from sweet potato. There are also a number of traditional wines produced from fruits or flowers. These include wines made from maesil plums, chrysanthemums and peach blossoms.
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