Referring to tourist islands, it is impossible not to mention Jeju Island, the paradise island of South Korea, with one side is the vast blue sea, on the other side is the magnificent, spectacular and majestic hills and mountains, a destination couldn’t be better for a wonderful summer. Some of the reasons why we must plan a tour on Jeju Island in this summer: This is a famous island with picturesque blue beaches; flowers always bloom brightly all year round; romantic scenery, anywhere also makes people surprising; the place that makes young people fall in love at the first sight when they just only look at the images and read some reviews of Living Nomads, LOL. So, how to spend one day in Jeju (Jeju one day trip, Jeju one day trip, Jeju day trip) perfectly? Let’s check it out our Jeju island itinerary blog (Jeju itinerary blog) on how to explore Jeju west coast in 1 day from top places to visit, what to eat and best things to do to find out the answer.
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But before you discover it for yourself, let’s joining us to check out our review of some places you must visit on the west coast of Jeju Island. Surely, you will enjoy it and want to make a day trip in Jeju Island right away.
Daepo Haean Jusangjeolli Cliff (Seogwipo)
Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff is a unique natural wonder located on the west side of Jeju Island. In Korean, Jusangjeolli means the sea cliff of stone plates. This area is made up of thousands of dark gray stone columns lined up along the coast. This is exactly the gift that nature bestowed on this island because of Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff, actually formed from the stones of Hallasan volcano under the pressure of lava erupting from a few hundred years ago.
Standing in front of the majestic works of nature and watching the sunrise or sunset is an unforgettable experience.
For those who are planning to take wedding photos or great couple photos this summer, don’t hesitate to make a tour of Jeju Island and combine to take an unbelievable wedding album. There are many wedding photography and videography services on Jeju Island for couples. Surely, you will have beautiful photos no less than the romantic scenes in Korean films.
Address: Jungmun-dong, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, South Korea
Hours: 9AM-7PM (Last admission 6PM)
Phone: +82 64-738-1521
Admission: Adults: 2.000 KRW / Children: 1.000 KRW
Cheonjeyeon waterfalls is the last point of a stream, falling into a small lagoon to create a beautiful natural scenery. In Korean, Cheonjeyeon means “the lagoon of the gods.” It is said that, in the past, seven heavenly fairies happened to come across this place and were fascinated by the scenery here so they stopped to enjoy and bathe. Since then, the people call this “the lagoon of the gods”, every year people hold a festival of “Seven Fairies” to recall the old story.
The Cheonjeyeon waterfalls covered in white all year-round, creating an enchanting beauty. A special thing, if you come here in the summer, you will encounter an extremely interesting scene, which is a lot of fish swimming under the clear water, you can seeing them when crossing a small bridge leads to the waterfall.
At this place there are three sacred ancient stones, the Korean people often come here to pray for health and prosperity to their families and relatives.
Address: South Korea, Jeju-do, Seogwipo-si, Jungmun-dong, 2232
Number of drops: 3
Phone: +82 64-760-6331
Hours: 9AM-7PM (Last admission 1 hour before closing)
Admission: Adults: 2.500 KRW / Children: 1.350 KRW
You haven’t seen anyone mention Jeonbang waterfall until now, right? Why? Because it must be really depends on your chance to be able to check-in at the Jeonbang waterfall.