Emerald color sparkling sehwa beach
The characteristics of the beach in northeastern Jeju Island are shallow water and calm waves.
There are fewer people looking for it, so it’s relatively clean.
Walking along the 20-course Jeju Olle, you can find a small beach between Sehwa Folk Market and the female diver’s Museum.
This is not a formal beach and it is not big, but it offers a clear, blue sea.
The white sand and black basalt that appear when the water is drained form a beautiful harmony with the emerald sea.
Nearby attractions include Crinum Lily Habitat, Byeolbangjin Fortress, and Seokdawon Park.
‘Jeju female diver’s Museum’, which shows the life and culture of Jeju female diver, and Korea’s only Crinum Lily Habitat ‘island of Rabbit’.
‘Byeolbangjin Fortress’ built to protect against foreign invasion, Jongdal-ri Suguk-gil and the 1,000-year-old Bijarim forest.
Belong Market and Sehwa Folk 5-day Market.
Among Jeju’s many beaches, the small Sehwa Beach is widely known because of its Belong Market and Sehwa Folk 5-day Market.
The 5-day Market, which is the largest 5-day Market in the eastern part of the jeju island and opens next to the beach, offers a glimpse into the lives of the provincial people.
Belong market, the origin of Jeju Free Market, is also constantly attracting tourists.
Recently, it has been loved as a place where you can sit in a chair and leave a picture of your life against the background of a beautiful sea.
Recommended drive course around
It is also recommended to drive on the coastal road leading to Kimnyeong Beach, Woljeongri, Pyeongdaeri, Jongdal-ri and Seongsan Port.
It is about 10 minutes’ walk from Sehwa-ri bus Station or Haenyeo(female diver) Museum stop.