Haenyeo divers live and work on the island of Jeju, South Korea. Women who have lived from the sea for hundreds of years. They are (women) divers that go down till ten meters to collect shellfish by hand. They dive keeping the breath, without any bottles, for one or two minutes, it depends on the experience and age. Most divers are currently around 70 years old, but many of them are in their 80´s. Most have been diving for more than 50 years. A lifetime on the water. It is not an easy job, but a really hard one. They used to dive every day, but because most of them are old now, they have some days off each month. Usually they go into the water for five hours each day. Proud women who want to live by their own resources. Haenyeo divers risk their lives every day, exposed to many dangers of the sea, and suffering diseases like perpetual headaches. Many die because of the sea, but they will keep diving till their last breath. They are probably the last generation of haenyeo divers. One of the cultural treasures, in Jeju island, and in Korea.