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Jeju Island Attractions

Jeju Island, lauded as the "Hawaii of South Korea" for its warm climate and beautiful nature, is a picturesque getaway of pristine beaches, majestic cliffs, and mysterious caves. The island is a popular destination for families and newlyweds on honeymoons, and many of its volcanic features are registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Head to the gorgeous island for its fine resorts perched on long, white-sand beaches, or explore the natural wonder of places like the Geomunoreum Lava Tube System and Seongsan Ilchlubong, the perfect spot to watch the sun rise. Whether you want to just kick back and relax at Jungmun Beach or discover something new on a hike of Mount Hallasan, Jeju Island has an abundance of things for you to do and try.

Things to Do in Jeju Island with Kids

There are loads of awesome experiences in Jeju Island that the entire gang will enjoy. These are some of the top family friendly experiences in the area.

Areas & Neighborhoods in Jeju Island

Jeju City is the largest city and capital of Jeju Island, and serves as the transportation hub for the rest of the province. Outside of the city, the island is blessed with incredible natural attractions and a rich heritage that's worth taking the time to explore.

Mount Hallasan - The tallest mountain in South Koera, Mount Hallasan is part of the UNESCO-listed Hallasan National Park and has been designated as a Korean National Monument. The mountain, which can be seen from every part of Jeju Island, is a popular hiking spot with trails leading up the slopes and to the beautiful crater lake, Baengnokdam.

Seogwipo - Situated on the southern part of the island, Seogwipo is Jeju's second-largest city and is famous for its nearby natural wonders. Visit UNESCO-listed Seongsan Ilchulbong, a tuff cone also called Sunrise Peak, the 7 cascades of Cheonjiyeon Falls, or flourishing coral reefs aboard the Seogwipo Submarine. Seogwipo is also home to the Seongeup and Jeju Folk Villages where you can learn the heritage of the island.

Jungmun Resort - Jungmun Resort is the largest resort in South Korea and a mecca of tourism in Jeju. Vacationers are drawn to the natural attractions that line the coast, including idyllic Jungmun Beach and the Yeomiji Arboretum. The area is a popular swimming and surfing spot, and sailing trips out of Jungmun Marina bring you past the majestic rock formations of Jusangjeolli Cliff.

What to See in Jeju Island

Jeju is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes. The site includes Geomunoreum-an extensive system of lava tubes-as well as the Seongsan Ilchulbong tuff cone and the dormant volcano of Mount Hallasan. See the pillar-like rock formations of Jusangjeolli Cliff, or search for the

dol hareubang

, large rock statues carved from basalt for protection and fertility. For a look at local culture and history, visit the Jeju or Seongeup Folk Villages, which recreate a traditional 1890s village and display fascinating cultural artifacts respectively. The adult-oriented Jeju Love Land sculpture park is a popular destination for couples and honeymooners as well.

Sightseeing in Jeju Island

Spend your vacation on Jeju Island in the outdoors, soaking in the sun and the beauty of the nature around you. From hikes on Mount Hallasan and Seongsan Ilchulbong to caving adventures into Manjanggul Cave and the Geomunoreum Lava Tubes, there is an astounding amount of unqiue and volcanic heritage to discover on the island. Udo Island, just off the eastern coast of Jeju, is home to the Udo Maritime Park, a breathtaking underwater landscape of fish and coral. Submarine tours allow you to enter the watery world and witness a wide range of oceanic life. Udo Island and parts of Jeju Island are also famed for their


, incredible female divers who delve into ocean depths for conches, sea urchins, and other creatures without the aid of oxygen masks. The haenyeo are also inscribed on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. If you want to treat yourself to a moment of indulgence or make a honeymoon special, pair up with a professional photographer and have a private photoshoot that captures the beauty of the island and your holiday.

Free Things to Do in Jeju Island

Some say the best things in life are free. Be sure to explore the following around Jeju Island:

Jeju Museum of Art - See if there are any special exhibits or tours on at this fascinating museum.

Gwaneumsa Temple - Get a better understanding of local religious beliefs at this holy site.

Hallasan National Park - Appreciate the contrast between the city and nature's wonders at this breathtaking place.

Hallasan National Park - Rejuvenate your mind and soul by spending a little time in nature.

Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Jeju Island on a sunny day?

What to do in Jeju Island on a rainy day?

If the weather isn't great during your getaway, shake off your raincoat and dive into these fun indoor activities:

Are there cheap things to do in Jeju Island?

You'll find loads of experiences here that'll catch your eye if you're watching your pennies:

What can you do in Jeju Island for free?

Your getaway in Jeju Island needn't cost a bundle with free attractions like these to keep you entertained:

  • Seongsan Ilchulbong
  • Hallasan National Park
  • Hamdeok Beach
  • Hyeopjae Beach