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Top stories from Issue 104 out now!!
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The Jeju Weekly Issue 104 is out around Jeju now! Read the top stories here on our website.

2013: A year of peaks and troughs - By The Jeju Weekly

From industry firsts to environmental disaster, this year has been a mixed bag for Jeju. >>>http://goo.gl/uoIC16

Korean Christmas: As festivals should be - By Petroc Kernow

Free of the collective debauchery that characterizes the UK experience, a Korean Christmas is a much more relaxed affair. >>>http://goo.gl/ACRQoS

Capturing the light: An interview with Douglas MacDonald - By Eric Hevesy

Eric Hevesy sits down with The Jeju Weekly’s award-winning photographer to discuss his work. >>>http://goo.gl/luiXCZ

Out with the old and in with the new - By The Jeju Weekly

From 2014 a new address system will be used across the country and here is your guide to using it. >>>http://goo.gl/yI4ZlN

Korea’s “living laboratories” - By Ptolemy Barnes

After Jeju, the country boasts four more of UNESCO’s World Biosphere Reserve Network sites. >>>http://goo.gl/6jZVom

United’s season ends in three losses - By Dave Cunning

A final-day mauling at Gangwon epitomised United’s collapse after a strong start to the season. >>>http://goo.gl/qUPXn1

Follow the Orange Brick Road - By Andrew Elwood

Runners in the 11th Annual Jeju International Mandarin Marathon Race are treated to Seogwipo’s tangerine dreams. >>>http://goo.gl/5MhBct

Nanta serves up a treat in any language - By Oscar Jenkins

There is something for everyone at the long-running, award-winning theatrical performance. >>>http://goo.gl/O9LGHt

It’s a duck. It’s a pumpkin. It’s delicious. - By Mary Rager

A duck in a pumpkin may not be the obvious choice for dinner, but Momejon Garden serves it up a treat. >>>http://goo.gl/P0SzKy

Jeju - a winter wonderland - By The Jeju Weekly

While the bulk of the tourists come in summer, there is still plenty to keep visitors busy during the winter months. >>>http://goo.gl/UWFI9c

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