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About Jeju

 

Jeju Island at a Glance

Where in Jeju Island have you been to? Let’s choose among the many beautiful travel spots in accordance with your taste. Including the 368 small and large oreum (mountains), and the Hallasan Mountain and the blue sea, which is everywhere one looks. Jeju Island’s precious travel spots are waiting for you to visit.

 

VISIT JEJU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jusanggeolli Cliff 

 

 

The columnar joints near the coast in the eastern Jungmun Tourist Complex, where the waves breaks and dark red hexagonal stones make up tall layers, is considered a gift of nature and was designated as Natural Monument No. 443 (12/27/04). If you stand in front of the joints you can see the waves hitting the stones and breaking into white bubbles, which feels as if they carry the sad stories of stone carvers, and the scenery is incredible as when the waves are turbulent they reach a height of about 20m. The place is becoming ever more popular with tourists as they walk around and look at the incredible scenery along with the fresh scent of the sea.

 


Baengnokdam 

 

 

It is a oval-shaped crater with a north-south length of about 400 m, east-west length of 600 m, circumference of 1,720m, altitude of 1,841.7m, and depth of 108m. We call the white snow on Baekrokdam “nokdammanseol,” and it is known as one of the top 10 Jeju views.

 

 

 

Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak 

 

 

Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, which is 180m above sea level, erupted underwater in the ocean about 5,000 years ago, which makes it a very rare case among the many craters in Jejudo Island. Though people used to farm in the area, it is now a natural habitat for 200 types of vegetation such as silvergrass, vine, Pseudosasa japonica, and giant angelica as well as a natural habitat for a variety of wild animals. Seongsan Ilchulbong has long been considered one of the best scenic destinations in Korea. ​​​​​​​It was designated a Natural Monument on July 19, 2000. It was recognized for its outstanding landscape and geological value by UNESCO on July 2, 2007, when it was added to the World Heritage List. And in October 2010, it was named a Global Geopark site. ​​​​​​​1 hour before the sun rises and until the sun sets.
 
 
 

       Travel information 

 

                enlightened    Jeju Tourism Organization

 

                enlightened   Jeju World Natural Heritage Center