A pond where the sky and the earth meet
Seogwipo city, jeju island, has a large amount of spring water rising making it relatively more waterfall than other areas.
It is the most visited waterfall in terms of size and landscape.
Cheonjiyeon means a pond where the sky and the earth meet, 22 meters long and 20 meters deep, which is called a pond where the sky meets the earth.
It is cool even in the middle of summer
In the southwestern part of Cheonjiyeon Falls, evergreen trees and orchids, such as Siebold’s chinquapin(pine tree) and camellia trees, are dense, forming an warm-temperate forest.
It is cool even in the middle of summer, and the walkway is well-organized with basalt, allowing both men and women to enjoy nature comfortably.
Report of natural monuments
It is also famous for Giant Mottled Eel habitat in a 20 meters deep where the waterfall falls, which is a fish that spawn to the sea and returns to a stream or lake.
The larger one is 2 meters long and weighs 20 kilograms.
It was designated as Natural Monument No. 27 because it is the Northern Limit Line for the habitat distribution of the Giant Mottled Eel.
At this point, It would be called the “report of natural monuments”
Located at the end of the walkway, It is open until 10 p.m., and the waterfalls you see at night are also spectacular.
Approx. 30-60 min
09:00-22:00 (Last admission 21:20)
Individual: Adults 2,000 won/ Children 1,000 won
Groups: Adults 1,600 won/ Children 600 won
* Group: 10 or more people
* Free: Children ages 6 and under, Seniors (ages 65 and older)
Facilities for the Handicapped
Free wheelchair rental
Designated restroom (next to ticket booth)
Not permitted (Except guide dogs)