From December 20 to 22 of 2017, Campus Asia students went on their final three-day trip to Jeju Island. The students visited Seongsan Ilchulbong (Sunrise Peak), Soesokkak Beach, Jeju Folk Village, Water Circus, K-Pop Museum, and The Ma Park. As one of the Korea’s most representative tour site, Jeju Island is filled with natural sites such as Seopji Koji or Mt. Hanla, as well as man-made entertainments such as Love Museum, Eco Land, and Jungmun Tour Area. The students were most attracted by the unique architectures of Jeju Folk Village as they showed distinction from ordinary Folk Village. Moreover, the Island was filled with nature that is incomparable to one in Seoul and indigenous food such as Jeju style noodle, Heukdoeji (Jeju Pork), and various seafood. Through the Jeju Island trip, students acquired deeper knowledge about Korea by exploring the area distant from the mainland Korea.