Since we're here, I'll add this article, which I meant to post a few weeks ago but I was in a bad mood so I didn't.
The government will allow the construction of hotels and other tourist accommodations at seashores and on islands inside national parks from next year, the Ministry of Environment said Monday.
Parks that are popular holiday destinations such as Hallyeohaesang in South Gyeongsang Province, Byeonsanbando in North Jeolla Province, Taeanhaean in South Chugncheong Province and Daedohaesang in South Jeolla Province will thus be able to attract more tourists, it said.
The announcement follows public complaints that there were insufficient places for people to stay after visiting the parks.
People willing to set up lodging facilities will be required to file for an environmental inspection by the local administrative office.
I guess the scare accomodations on these outlying islands in Jeollanam-do could be prohibitive, but you just have to make do. Not everything needs to be a goddamn resort.