0m 172024 2020-12-02
Cheonji-dong, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
The water of Cheonjiyeonpokpo Falls appears to fall from the heavens, giving it its name, meaning "sky connected with land." The wooded area around the falls is home to the wild dampalsu trees, designated as Natural Monument No. 163, as well as a great variety of rare plants such as brambles, and songyeopnan as well as gusiljappam trees, sanyuja trees (Chinese lemon trees), and camellias. All together, this forest is designated as Natural Monument No. 379. The waterfall is 22 meters high, 12 meters wide and 20 meters in depth. The clear and deep water of Cheonjiyeonpokpo Falls is designated as Natural Monument No. 27 and is renowned as a habitat for Mutae eels (Natural Monument No. 258).
183m 8635 2020-06-16
377, Taepyeong-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Suhui Sikdang, in addition to delicious local cuisine, offers a wide-open view of the lower reaches of Cheonjiyeon Waterfall and the many splendors of the neighboring Seogwipo Chilsip-ri area. Must-try dishes include seafood stew made using obunjagi (blue ear shell) fresh from the sea and salted and grilled hairtail fish. The stew, though similar in looks to the bean paste stew found on the mainland, has a unique and savory taste that you won’t find anywhere else.
235m 0 2020-12-04
16 Taepyeong-ro 335beon-gil Seogwipo-si Jeju-do
It is a place where you can eat Haemul ttukbaegi (seafood stew in a hot pot) with fresh and diverse seafood. This restaurant's signature menu is abalone hot pot. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do.
323m 788 2020-09-09
3 floor, 22, Jungjeong-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Jeju Olle Tourist Center (Pungnang Ltd.) is a place for people looking for self-focus, self-awareness, and healing as well as a space for sharing information on Jeju, Jeju Olle, trails in the country, and trails in other parts of the world. It has rooms for one and rooms for two as well as dormitories that can accommodate up to four, five, and ten people. It also provides personal lockers for travelers in addition to shared shower booths and store selling food and coffee. Olle Stay serves as a base camp for those wishing to hike the Olle Trails, local people, and volunteer workers at Jeju Olle.
353m 2 2020-12-04
4 Taepyeong-ro 401beon-gil Seogwipo-si Jeju-do
It is a traditional Chinese restaurant run by three generations. This Chinese (cuisine) restaurant is located in Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do. The representative menu is noodles in black bean sauce.
448m 14778 2020-08-24
667-7, Seogwi-dong, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) • For more info: +82-64-760-3946
Seogwipo Chilsimni Festival keeps the local traditions and customs of the Seogwipo area alive and provides an active and festive experience for all who visit.
506m 25134 2020-12-03
27-3, Ijungseop-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Artist Lee Jung-seop is known for his paintings, reminicent of Fauvism, of which “White Ox” is most famous. During the Korean War, he spent a year as a refugee in Seogwipo with his Japanese wife and two sons in a small leased house, where he produced many masterpieces.
Although the stay was temporary, it was one of the happiest times for Lee and certainly the most productive. Recognizing his importance, the city of Seogwipo purchased the house and turned it into the Lee Jung Seop Memorial Hall. The street in front of his house, which he walked day and night, was renamed Ijungseop-ro Street. Lee Jung Seop Gallery is just behind the restored house. The gallery houses over 8 masterpieces by Lee Jung-seop and 52 works by modern Korean painters, all of which were donated to Seogwipo city by Lee Ho-jae (CEO of Gana Art).
528m 0 2020-12-04
11 Ijungseop-ro Seogwipo-si Jeju-do
It is a café with a good atmosphere located near tourist attractions in Jeju Island. This restaurant's signature menu is americano. This cafe is located in Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do.
585m 364 2019-09-11
76, Jungjeong-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) • For more info: +82-64-738-5855
Jeju International Experimental Art Festival (JIEAF) is an annual festival that hosts exhibitions, performances, and art forums at various locations on Jeju Island. As the only international experimental art festival in Korea, the festival attracts both international and domestic artists who wish to release their creative energy and ideas in forms of experimental performances and artworks.
592m 60247 2020-03-19
40, Namseongjung-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
When it opened in 1988, Seogwipo Submarine was the first of its kind in Asia and the third in the world. Seogwipo Submarine offers safe undersea tours in its recently acquired state of the art submarine from Finland. Munseom, where the submarine travels, is home to outstanding coral reefs, colorful schools of fish, and rich seaweed. The exquisite landscape makes it one of the most beautiful places to dive as well. Going deep into the 40 meter sea-bed, visitors can see countless fish, rare iridescent coral reefs, and a surreal-looking shipwreck with schools of fish surrounding it. Over 20 years of technical knowhow and safe operation (in fact, the longest submarine tour without a single accident on record) make Seogwipo Submarine a must-see attraction on Jeju Island.
599m 28373 2020-02-06
40, Namseongjung-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Seogwipo New Paradise Cruise offers dazzling scenery on the coastal lines and islands around Seogwipo Port in Jeju. Famous for its scenery worldwide, it has become a representative tour course for international dignitaries and tourists visiting Jeju.
654m 227 2020-09-02
436, Taepyeong-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Artstay Seogwipo Harbor is a great place to feel Jeju’s culture, art, and nature. It is located directly on the Lee Jung Seop Street, which is home to Lee Jung Seop Art Museum and House as well as many picturesque boutique stores and cafes. Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market, located 10 minutes away by foot, is a good place to sample Jeju’s traditional foods.
There are 241 rooms, divided into mountain and sea views. Sea view rooms enjoy a great view of the Seogwipo Harbor and the sea all day long. All the rooms, including the Deluxe Double, Deluxe Twin, Premier Twin, Premier Family, Junior Suite, and Royal Suite are decorated with a unique combination of beige and base colors. Patterned carpets and chairs next to the balcony add to the appealing design, complete with bedding made from environmentally friendly materials. The terrace of the Royal Suite is furnished with a whirlpool bathtub with a view toward the sea. The living room is separate from the bedroom, which is popular with family guests.
The crown jewel of the hotel is the rooftop terrace, where visitors can enjoy a romantic evening with a view of the Seogwipo Harbor and an exclusive outdoor whirlpool bath. Other amenities include the business center, which offers 24-hour computer and printing services; fitness center; a grand hall equipped with beam projectors and sound system; and The Art Restaurant. The Art Restaurant also offers a breakfast buffet with Korean dishes made from fresh Jeju ingredients, bread, and coffee.