Just like the title suggests, Korea's paradise, Jeju Island, is becoming the next leader in setting a global eco-friendly example with their 'Island Without Carbon' project.
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If you don't know about Jeju Island, the island is the Southernmost island in Korea and a tourist destination that tourism service sector covers 75% of the industry structure. Jeju has a prestigious natural beauty and clean environment (Mt. Hallasan, tuff cone, lava tubes) and those are recognized by UNESCO with three titles including World Natural Heritage Site, Biosphere Reserve and Global Geopark. It attracts more than 15 million tourists (12 million Korean / 3 million foreign visitors) on an annual basis!