Rounding out our list of the best places to visit in South Korea is the unusual natural attractions of Jeungdo Island, a laid-back island off the country’s southwest coast. Often described as a “slow city” due to its ecological priorities, this unassuming island is full of surprises. For starters, there’s the Taepyeong Salt Farm, which features the largest salt fields in the country. Then there are the tidal mud flats and their vividly colored vegetation that you can explore via boardwalk no matter the season. Other things to do on Jeungdo Island include relaxing on its quiet beaches and sampling the various seafood caught just off the coast.