Ivan and Jacqueline romantic exploration in South Korea continued. They headed to the most prominent natural sceneries in Jeju Island which are full of breathtaking coastal lines, volcanic views and blooming plantations. Wearing their formal wedding suit and gown, Ivan and Jacqueline greeted the morning from Seopjikoji Hill. On the background, we can see dramatic vast fields heading towards the famous All in House on its peak. They just could not miss the spectacular sights at the eastern shore of the island, so the couple cheered each other on the passerby of the cliff even though they had to battle strong winds.
O'sulloc Tea Plantation and Museum became the next photoshoot stop. Ivan and Jacqueline posed happiness in the middle of a large green tea leaves. The blooming camelia next to the tea field was an unexpected surprise. They did not want to miss this chance by having another one or two shots. This vibrant scenery did not stop here. When they visited Mount Sanbang, next to Yeongmeori Coast, the vast canola fields cheerfully welcomed the lovebirds. The bright yellow color that surrounded them was definitely a perfect setting for their wedding album.
At the Noksan-ro, the pursuit of spring blooms was extended. Wearing their formal wedding wardrobe once again, Ivan and Jacqueline were very lucky to experience an enchanting choir of canola and cherry blossoms. Between two majestic cherry blossom trees, in front of canola flowers flock and flawless greeneries in the background, this soon-to-be husband and wife danced celebrating their eternity. On the last destination, Ivan and Jacqueline intentionally slowed down the pace to enjoy the peaceful surrounding of Sayeroni Forest. In their casual apparels, the couple trekked through the pine and cedar trees. Not only a secluded sanctuary, this dense Japanese cedar forest offered an intimate and serene ambiance which brought an instant glimmering expression to the couple.
Get more prewedding inspirations in South Korea through Ivan & Jacqueline previous photo album in Seoul. Click here to explore it!