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Flower powerSpring on Jeju has been a bit cooler this year. But the colors are as warm as ever
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The Jeju Weekly is entering its fourth year of publication in May. Given the quality of our contributors’ work over these past 71 issues, we’re eager to feature the talents of our diverse contributor base.

It’s been a touch cooler than normal this spring, so the delay in their blossoming means we’ve had even longer to enjoy the waxing and waning of the season.

We’re very proud to feature the photographic splendor of Jeju’s spring flowers, from five generous contributors whose bios are listed below: Two from readers, two from regular contributors, and one from a Jeju Weekly staff member. A selection of these photos will also appear in Issue 72 of The Weekly at the end of April.

It’s not too late to send in your submissions, which we may add here. If you'd like to participate, email your photos to jejuweekly@gmail.com and include the following very important information: Your full name, the date and the location of the photo, and a short self introduction. We cannot compensate contributions but you keep your full copyright to your work.

Thank you, and enjoy!


Susun Xiong is a Jeju Weekly reader who hails from Minnesota and teaches in Shin Jeju. She uses a Canon 600D.



Gidget Alaman is an American English teacher on Jeju. She photographs nature, festivals and museums and explores the island whenever she can with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT.



Douglas MacDonald is a Canadian-born freelance photographer and Getty Images Artist. He is also a regular contributor and go-to photographer for The Weekly. He has spent 10 years documenting life and landscapes in Jeju and the South Korean mainland. He shoots a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. You can see more of his work here.



Jessica Sicard comes from a family of amateur photographers and became interested in the art at a young age. She continued on to study public relations and journalism where she took classes in photography, and she has refined her craft through photographing her world travels. She shoots a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT, lenses 18-55mm and 70-300mm.



Yang Young Jae is our office/planning manager and who hails from Jeju City. She enjoys life with her two boys — a husband and a cocker spaniel. Click here for her blog.
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