Useful Korean Language Words and Phrases for Walkers on Jeju Olle Trail


This is a one page Korean language hint sheet for walkers. The phrases and words will help you get about for the day. It will be best to show a passing Korean or private/public transport driver.

This page was created after the feedback from Laura Scott of Roam Far and Wide. Thank you.

Please download the file to your smart phone or tablet device.

PDF: Jeju Olle Trail Useful Korean Words and Phrases 

Way-marking and Trail Signs on Jeju Olle Trail

Will I get lost? How is way-marking on the trail?

These are questions that pop up now again from walkers around the world. But every trail in the world has their own way and amount of way-marking, so it’s somewhat problematic to give a blanket answer in return.

In the years I’ve been walking the trail I’ve found that being in deep conversation with someone else has actually almost always led me to taking the wrong way. “Huh, where did we turn off back there…?”

As some background we have a Tamsa Team (Explorer Team) that goes out and responds to any trail way-marking issues around the island

Members of the Olle Academy submit images of trail issues when they are out walking, too.

Start Point Marker Stones and Wooden Ganse Pony Stamp Box
Jeju Olle Trail Route 1 Start Point Stone and Stamp Box
Mid-Point Ganse Pony Stamp Box
Painted Arrows
Wooden Sign Posts
Blue Ganse Pony (some include remaining route distance)
Plastic square signs on utility poles (includes remaining route distance)
De-Tour SignsJeju-Olle-Trail-Waymarking-detour-sign
Nearest Bus Stop to Start Point Route Information