Located in the southern part of Jeju Island, Jungmun Beach is a popular place for windsurfers and surfers as its seacoast has a steep slope and high waves. There are also a lot of other water spots available, including water skiing, parasailing, rafting and kayaking.
Situated not far from downtown Jeju, it's especially known for its two landmark lighthouses shaped like horses. It's also renowned as the place to see the sunset and the night scene, glimmering with beautiful lighting.
A beautiful beach located in the northeastern part of Jeju Island. With relatively new coffee shops lined up facing the beach, Woljeongri is especially popular among youngsters.
Right next to Hyeopjae Beach, it is a hidden treasure where the gentle and emerald water makes it seem almost like a paradise. It's a beach where you can just relax and truly appreciate the sun, sand and water.
This is one of the favorite beaches of Jeju residents. The best thing about Gwakji Beach is the open air spring water baths that you can enjoy after your ocean swim.
Easily accessible by public transportation, Hamdeok Beach is a small white sand beach especially popular among young people. There is also a street of places to dine and have fun nearby.
It is one of the most popular and renowned beaches on Jeju Island. The white sand beach has extra fine sand mixed with shells that glitters with silver, and the emerald-colored water is crystal clear.
It's known for its soft black sand and clear sea. You can take a nice hot sand massage and cool down your body with spring water.