Jeju’s popular olle walking trails gained yet more recognition recently when it topped an online straw poll by the Korea Tourism Organization as the place most respondents want to visit. KTO in the last two months of 2009 surveyed 600 residents of Seoul and six other large cities across the country who had taken family trips between April and October 2009. Mount Seorak National Park was chosen as the most memorable destination by 5.2 percent of respondents. Thirty-nine percent of respondents said the Jeju olle trails, which link villages, tourist and cultural sites around the island, were the destination they most wanted to visit. This was followed by Mount Seorak National Park, at 19 percent, and Mount Jiri National Park, at 11.3 percent. Most families who took part in the poll traveled more than three times a year and spent an average of 210,000won to 300,000 won when they stayed for more than one night, and 60,000 won to 100,000 won for day-trips.
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