Merits of living in Geoje island
“The earth has music for those who listen.”
― William Shakespeare
n Geoje-si surely is a beautiful island, untouched, not seen and has its own winsome beauty, with the high & low mountains, valleys, rivers, sea and oceans. The island is small has its own uniqueness with several islands surrounding it.
n You are away from the city and hence surviving in the pollution free environment.
n The hospital, school, post-office are within small reach, no long distance travelling
n There are no traffic jams in the city.
n There are several picnic spots, beautiful beaches to play and enjoy with the nature.
n The life is actually tension and stress free, opposite to the big city hassles.
n The island is the core of ship-building companies hence maintains high-standards with high salaried employees.
n The second biggest city, Busan, can be reached through a bridge with 45mins of travel from geoje to Busan.
n Safety of the residents is key factor which attracts the people here. Your family is very safe here as the crime rate is almost 0% in Geoje.
n Several places to visit, Geoje is being developed and hence attracting several tourist and also new tourist spots are being built up.
n The biggest company like SHI and DSME provide lot of opportunities for the residents and families of the employees by conducting workshops, seminars, trips, welfare programs, showing movies, they have day care centers, jobs, trainings, schools, opening courses in the Koje college, sponsoring foreigners clubs etc. They sponsor many programs for the families and their welfare.
n It’s a small world within itself and hence self-content. You can enjoy several sports, like hiking, mountain climbing, etc and keep yourself fit and slim.
Weekends can be enjoyed thoroughly. Its such a beautiful place, and every nick and corner is scenic and very picturous with beautiful landscape. People would crave to live here, so I feel the residents of Geoje-si are really lucky. Its a Paradise on earth.
Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.”
― John Lubbock