Jeju proveince is located on Jeju island to the south of South Korea and the city of Jeju fall on the coast of the Yellow Sea. Home to Hallasan National Park, this Island provides a unique position in the way of trade with other countries. Surrounded by China, Japan, and South Korea, this corridor is a bustling area for industries to complete business.
Known for its stunning sandy beaches and volcanic soils, this area is a hub of activity, increasingly popular with business travellers. Jeju city provides a rich history filled with uprisings against the South Korean government, but now holds as a resort city with premium accommodation, spas, and casinos lining the streets. As a result the Gimpo-Jeju air route and travel corridor has become the world's busiest, welcoming well over 10 million visitors to the city each ear from the surrounding countries.
The city, and island rely heavily on tourism to support the economy. Additionally, a major export of Jeju is oranges and the surrounding countryside of the island is populated by many orange and mandarin farms.