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kja or others ... HELP!!!

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I've had more time off from work in Seoul than I expected and have seen all the amazing highlights. Starting tomorrow (Thursday, 3/31) I will have 3-1/2 days off before I fly out 5:15pm on Sunday. I'd love to leave Seoul and see scenic areas with natural beauty.

I was thinking either Jeju Island or Mt. Seorak National Park. My preference would be to take a guided tour because I have no idea what to see -- or how to get around -- once I arrive. But ... there are no tours available on my dates.

The thought of taking a flight or a train to a place where I have no idea what to do or how to get around once I get there is more than a bit intimidating, especially because of the language barrier.

Any suggestions???

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