There are so many different waterfalls for you to visit along Jeju Island's southern coastline and Cheonjiyeon Falls isprobably the best of the lot. It isn't just one waterfall but a series of three that you can explore by foot. There's plenty of parking at the top, with the pathway taking you down the steep wall carved by volcanic activity thousands of years ago, to the stream, and first waterfall, below. From there you make your way downstream enjoying the other waterfalls and fantastic scenery along the way. You could easily spend a few hours here, but do note that some mobility will be required to get down and back up from the stream.
Cheonjiyeon Fall is a beautiful waterfall in a set of several very incredible falls in Seogwipo to check out. It's set in a really nice park, a lovely cobbled path leading you there. You can spend quite a while in this area exploring the upper part of the waterfall where it meanders through a grassy area.
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This Tiandiyuan Waterfall on Jeju Island is located in the south of the reporter. From the downtown area of Jeju Island, it used to be far away. And the traffic is inconvenient, it is recommended to charter a car. Unlike the waterfalls in China, but with its quiet and beautiful scenery, there are many ducks, the water flow is also very clear, and there are very few people. After reading the waterfall, you can also pick up a fish rice around. There are also the characteristics of local Koreans. Since you have gone, go and have a look.
Located on the southern line of Jeju Island, there are three places in a park where tickets are not needed. Falls from the ground level of the gap is relatively large, so up and down or relatively tired. In fact, there are not many large waterfalls in China, but the small waterfalls formed by groundwater on this small island are also amazing. It's worth a visit.