Jungmun Tourism Complex(JTC), not too faraway from the Seogwipo City, gathers thousands of well-off tourists from abroad everyday. Biggest and Most popular tourist spot by far, JTC boasts of lots of attractions and museums it has. As the man-made museums are pushed back on my priority list of sightseeing places, I reviewed the JTC based on the natural attractions it had. Tourists who do not have enough time to travel Jeju Island more than one night can choose this area and spend the day here. My review will focus mostly on Cheonjeyoen Waterfalls and Jungmun Beach.

Entrance to the Jungmun Resort Complex
Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum on the way to Cheonjeyeon
Yeomiji Botanical Garden next to the Cheonjeyeon, liked by mainland tourists
Guide map of Jungmun Resort Area
Bridge to the Cheonjeyeon Falls. Chenjeyeon Falls is more about beautiful scenery surrounding the area

Guide map near the Cheonjeyeon Falls. I went into waterfalls right away before it closed down at 6. Cheonjeyeon, less famous than Cheonjiyeon and Jungbang, had a reason why it gained less fame. With too many stairs ups and downs, Cheonjeyeon Falls itself was comparatively small. Also tourists only had to watch it from a distance. I recommend this waterfalls for those of you who like climbing the mountains.

On the bridge itself
Path to Cheonjeyeon Falls
Temple-like Pavilion inside the Cheonjeyeon Falls Area
Cheonjeyeon 2nd Waterfalls
Cheonjeyeon 2nd Waterfalls seen from the path to Cheonjeyeon Lake
Cheonjeyeon Lake where water flows down
Water flowing down to Cheonjeyeon 2nd waterfalls
Stairs to 3rd Waterfalls… hikers would love these
3rd Waterfalls in Cheonjeyeon
These stairs are only part of the stairs I had to take to get back to the entrance. Once Again, hikers should visit here
Great view from the stairs
Stream flowing down to waterfalls, seen from the Cheonjeyeon Bridge
Coffee shop near entrance to the Cheonjeyeon Falls

After watching the Cheonjeyeon waterfalls, I headed to the Jungmun Saekdal Beach right away. Jungmun Saekdal Beach, especially famous for surfers, had to be visited twice to get some good pictures. I could walk up the stairs to see the view of Jungmun Saekdal Beach or just go down to beach. I did both.

Int’l Convention Center and Resort & Marina
Bridge to the Cheonjeyeon Waterfalls  seen on the road to Jungmun Beach
Jungmun Saekdal Beach seen from the hill. Surfing Competition was being held on June 22
Jungmun Beach filled with surfers participating in surfing competition
Jungmun Beach near the stairs
Jungmun Beach with a glowing sun
Jungmun Saekdal Beach without surfers on June 23rd
Hyatt Regency and the Jungmunbeach
Jungmun Beach on a cloudy day
Jungmun Beach, left side
Jungmun Beach Surfing Competition Banner still hanging after the competition
Locals drinking at the Local Sashimi Restaurant right next to the Jungmun Beach
Jungmun Beach seen from the stairs
Pacificland Aquarium near the gate to the Jungmun Beach
KaoKao Premium Chinese Restaurant near the entrance of the beach.
KaoKao Premium Chinese Restaurant near the entrance of the beach.
Premium Lotte Hotel near Jungmun Beach

In general, JungmunTourism Complex (or Jungmun Resort) was a great place to visit for foreigners who wanted to see lots of things and luxurious hotels, museum without moving too much. If one could be satisfied by seeing Cheonjeyeon waterfalls and Jungmun Saekdal Beach with good foods and luxurious hotel, this should be your destination in Jeju for a day.

Written by Allaboutjeju

AllaboutJeju.com aims to provide information for the people traveling to Jeju Island of Korea, especially backpackers. Traveling this beautiful island without a car or a tour guide can be challenging for any foreigners, but your trip filled with unique local experiences will be priceless. With the help of AllaboutJeju.com, make your very personal journey even more special.

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