Most of Jeju’s waterfalls are easily accessible, some even within walking distance, depending on where you are staying. Cheonjiyeon Falls is a short trip away from the Seogwipo Harbor and there are plenty of signs to point you in the right direction. The entrance fee is 2,000 KRW. (This is standard price to see any of Jeju’s landmarks.)
Quick tip: Bring your passport if you are 24 or younger, the admission drops down to only 1,000 KRW.
There is plenty of parking near the entrance and the path to the waterfall is paved, wheelchair accessible, and provides a scenic walk along the stream up to the falls. Cheonjiyeon Falls is a beautiful spot and made for some nice photographs. We still get pictures of the two of us together the old-fashioned way: asking a stranger to take our photo and offering to return the favor. This exchange is becoming a way of the past with “selfie-sticks” taking the tourist industry by storm.
If you are staying in Seogwipo there is no reason to not check out the falls, it’s a short walk and it’s worth the entrance fee. Plus, the harbor gives you some picturesque scenery as you make your way to Cheonjiyeon Falls.
The downside of such easy access and proximity to Seogwipo means there’s a strong possibility that it will be crowded. Even in the cold rain there were plenty of people around us.
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