Hottest Attractions on Jeju Island’s Eastern Coast

Hamdeok Seoubong Beach
HHamdeok Seoubong Beach is located just over 50 minutes’ drive away from Jeju International Airport in the direction of Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone. The beach is perfect for beginner swimmers and touring families as the waters are only waist-high even away from shore.

Hamdeok Seoubong Beach

Delmoondo & Bora Roof
Located at Hamdeok Seoubong Beach, Café Delmoondo is the perfect spot to relax. A sip of an icy cold drink while taking in the ocean view from Café Delmoondo’s terrace is its own reward.
Another trending café near the beach is Bora Roof, newly opened in early 2021. As the name implies, the purple colored roof and window frames are quite eye-catching, quickly becoming a hot spot for social media photos.

Delmoondo & Bora Roof

Gimnyeong Seongsegi Beach
Gimnyeong Seongsegi Beach is famous for its cobalt blue waters. Every summer, the beach is filled with people looking to swim, surf, paddle board, and enjoy other aquatic activities. For something really special, we recommend the yacht tour. Aboard the yacht, you can try your hand at sea fishing, or simply keep your eyes peeled for sightings of the dolphins that naturally swim here.

Gimnyeong Seongsegi Beach

Daesugil Dabang, Sosimhan Bookstore and Bravo Beach
Souvenirs make great mementos to remind you of your trip after it ends. At Daesugil Dabang in Pyeongdae-ri, you will find a variety of gift options, including candles, postcards and dream catchers. In particular, the jelly candles make for excellent gifts as they bear the beauty of Jeju by using seashells and sand collected from Jeju beaches.
At Sosimhan Bookstore, you can find cute items made by Jeju illustrators, ranging from postcards and posters to mobiles. In a corner of the store, tourists can rest with a cup of coffee or barley tea.
Bravo Beach is a new café located near Seongsan that gives off the atmosphere of a beach resort. There are plenty of bed-shaped rest areas in the outdoor garden, spread over an impressive 1,650m2.

Daesugil Dabang, Sosimhan Bookstore and Bravo Beach

The above article is courtesy of VisitKorea, the official website of the Korea Tourism Organization ( | Blog Magazine of korean-machinery, brands and Goods

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