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JEJU ISLAND BIOSPHERE RESERVE

JEJU ISLAND BIOSPHERE RESERVE

Jeju Island was designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2002, recognized for its unique and diverse species of flora and fauna and well-preserved natural environment. Extended in 2019, the biosphere reserve covers the entire island including marine areas of 5.5km from the coastal line.

 

Size : a total of 387,194ha (the entire island)

Terrestrial Core Area(28.975ha) Marine Core Area(10,976ha)Terrestrial Buffer Zone(952,353ha) Marine Buffer zone(19,933ha)Terrestrial Area(103,287ha) Marine Transition Area(171,670ha)

 

Core Area
(39,951ha)

Mt. Hallasan National Park and the surrounding national forests, the ecosystem conservation areas including part of Gotjawals, four dependent islets and two streams designated as nature reserves, and the marine protection areas, etc.

Buffer Zone
(72,286ha)

The areas protected by domestic laws, the areas with outstanding ecological quality identified from Quality of Ecosystem Habitat assessed in 2009, the areas located within 100m from the boundary of core area, etc.

Transition Area
(274,957ha)

(Terrestrial area) Entire Jeju Island except core area and buffer zone. (Marine area) Area within 5.5km from the boundary of the main land of Jeju Island, marine core area and buffer zone.

 

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