Mt. Halla, or Hallasan, as it is called in Korean, is the highest mountain in South Korea. It rises to a peak elevation of 1,950 meters (6,396 feet), and interestingly, does not lie on the Korean peninsula. It is actually a volcanic peak on the island of Jeju. During the winter months, the upper regions are consistently blanketed in snow.
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