WE Hotel surrounding attractions

can enjoy climbing, marine sports, golf, and tourist attractions.

This hotel is a worthy hotel with great nature as its neighbors, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage & World Cultural Heritage Mt. Halla’s great nature, including dense forests and caves has been recognized as the best place for exploring and sightseeing.
There is a course to enjoy climbing the Korea’s highest and most beautiful Mt. Halla, 20-minute far from WE HOTEL.
At a distance of 10 minutes, there are not only the beach where you can enjoy sunbathing and marine sports, but also a pleasant golf course, a museum where you can see many things, and Jeju Island’s unique tourist attractions, such as Jusangjeolli Cliff and Cheonjeyeon Falls.

The WE Hotel is located close from the Jeju Jungmun tour area where Cheonjeyeon Falls, Jusangjeolli Cliff, and Saekdal Beach. And excellent access famous tourist attractions such as Yeongsil course of Halla mountain and Cheonjiyeon Falls, various tourist destinations.

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Cheonjeyeon Falls

Cheonjaeyeon Waterfall has three sections. The first runs from the floor of the mountain on the upper part of Jungmun-dong, which falls 22 meters. The water there falls again two more times to form the second and third sections, which then tributes to the sea. The first segment is usually a pond, but falls when it rains. The forest in which the fall is located is in a warm temperature zone so you can feel rejuvenated while watching the fall and feel refreshed while breathing in the cool air.

[Photo by Jeju Tourism Organization]

Jusangjeolli Cliff

* From June 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 (scheduled to be fully controlled in November), partly controlled by demolishing and reinstalling old decks
​​​​​​​The columnar joints near the coast in the eastern Jungmun Tourist Complex, where the waves breaks and dark red hexagonal stones make up tall layers, is considered a gift of nature and was designated as Natural Monument No. 443 (12/27/04). If you stand in front of the joints you can see the waves hitting the stones and breaking into white bubbles, which feels as if they carry the sad stories of stone carvers, and the scenery is incredible as when the waves are turbulent they reach a height of about 20m. The place is becoming ever more popular with tourists as they walk around and look at the incredible scenery along with the fresh scent of the sea.

Jungmun Saekdal Beach

Jungmun Beach is surrounded by cliffs and its sandy beach and panorama is very romantic. It is located in Jungmun Resort, so visitors can enjoy many recreational facilities around the beach. Windsurfing, waterskiing and para-sailing are can be enjoyed. You can swim in the cobalt colored ocean, and then listen to the sweet breeze and the sound of the waves crashing against the cliff while sitting on the sandy hill.

[Photo by Jeju Tourism Organization]

Yeongsil Rocks

Obaeknahan Cliff and Yeongsilgiam Peak are included in the course that expands from Yongsil~Witseoreum and provides the best sceneries.

[Photo by Jeju Tourism Organization]

Cheonjiyeon Falls

At Cheonjiyeon Falls, white water falls from the rock cliff and make a thundering sound. It gets its name because it means “sky connected with land.” It is 22m high and 12m wide, and the view and the sound that the waters create when they fall is magnificent. Not only Elaeocarpus, which is designated as Natural Monument 163, but also a variety of temperate plants such as brambles, Psilotum nudum (L.) Griseb., Siebold’s chinquapin, Shiny xylosma, and camellias grow in the valley near Cheonjiyeon Falls. It is also famous for the Natural Habitat for Giant Mottled Eels (Natural Monument 27), which are nocturnal.

[Photo by Jeju Tourism Organization]

Soesokkak Estuary

Soesokkak Estuary, located at Hahyo-dong, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, used to be called “Soedun” because it looked like a cow lying down. But the name was changed due to the creation of a deep puddle that was formed from freshwater from Hyodoncheon Stream and saltwater.
The “Soe” in “Soesokkak” means cow in Korean, while “So” means puddle and “Kkak” means the edge.
Soesokkak Estuary is a valley formed by flow of lava, and its geography is just as unique and interesting as its name implies. Soesokkak Estuary is also one of the hidden sceneries of Seogwipo Chilsimni, and the harmonious view of strange rock formations and pine tree forests is visually stunning.