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Jeju Jungmun Sea “Jungmun Saekdal Beach”

I visited Jeju again after a long time. On this trip to Jeju Island, I tried to avoid places I had visited before, but there are some tourist attractions that are simply unavoidable.

One such place might be “Jungmun Tourist Complex.” As one of the main tourist destinations where several large hotels are located, Jungmun Tourist Complex is an indispensable place.

Jungmun Tourist Complex is a comprehensive resort located across Jungmundong, Saekdaldong, and Daepodong in Seogwipo City. Created in 1978 as a tourist resort that makes the most of Jeju’s unique natural landscape and geographical environment, it consists of 10 accommodation facilities and 9 leisure facilities, providing basic accommodation for domestic and international tourists, as well as various attractions, leisure facilities, and cultural facilities, including conventions for international conferences, shopping facilities, sports, entertainment, and cultural facilities nearby.

“Jungmun Saekdal Beach: Enjoying the Southern Sea of Jeju”

Jungmun Saekdal Beach, visited again after a long time, was just as beautiful as before. Even on my previous visit, the weather was nice, allowing me to appreciate the beauty of the southern sea of Jeju Island, and it was the same this time.

Since I’m on Jeju Island, there’s a certain pleasure in revisiting places I’ve been to before, even if they haven’t changed much.

“Pacific Land: The Cliff”

Upon revisiting after a long time, there were some differences from before. A cafe with a club-like atmosphere, which was not there before, had recently opened in the meantime.

While it used to be a space open to everyone, it has now become a space only accessible to customers using the cafe. Of course, entering didn’t seem to be a problem, but using the provided tables and such has been changed to a system where you can use them after placing an order.

“Pacific Land: The Cliff” can be described as a cafe and pub space, exuding a pub-like atmosphere. It seemed like a place where you could visit in the evening or at night. While enjoying the view of the sea in front of Jeju Island, it seemed like a suitable place to spend time until late. It appeared to be a place that could captivate the younger crowd.

Other than that, there may have been some small changes, but there didn’t seem to be any major ones. The sea in front of Jeju Island still displayed its majestic natural landscape.

Whenever you visit, it’s a captivating tourist attraction in Jeju Island. Especially if you’re traveling in the Seogwipo area, it’s a place you must visit.

“Jeju Jungmun: Jungmun Saekdal Beach”

  • Address: 3039 Saekdaldong, Seogwipo, Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
  • Phone: 064-760-4993