Quarantine on Jeju Island South Korea – Due to an emergency situation, my wife and I had to go back to South Korea.
It took us a whole day to get from China to Jeju Island. We woke up around 5:30am, got ready and took a DiDi to the Jiaxing Bus Station. The Jiaxing Bus Station provided a bus that would take us directly to Pudong Airport.
We landed at Incheon Airport around 5:30pm and had to wait for a couple of hours for a free taxi service to Gimpo Airport. Unfortunately, there was a flight delay, so we had to wait for our flight to Jeju until 9:25pm.
At Jeju Airport (CJU), we had to get a COVID-19 test and then finally got to leave the airport right before 11pm…
As of this post, we’re now on our third day of the 14-day quarantine on Jeju Island, South Korea. As you can see in the video below, Jeju City Hall provided us with a lot of food, water and other goods:
The Jeju Health Center also provided us with extra masks, garbage bags & other interesting things.
The food is more than enough and it can probably last us for more than a month!
From what my wife told me, the other cities in Korea don’t provide as much food and other goods.
Just an FYI: I think this is only provided for Jeju residents and not for tourists traveling here on Jeju Island.
We have 12 more days of quarantine left. After that, a busy and hectic schedule for the next couple of months.
Hope things will go smoothly as planned.
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