Jusangjeolli Cliff, designated as a natural monument of Jeju Island, is the largest columnar-jointed lava in South Korea. It was formed due to the sudden cooling of lava from the Hallasan Mountain, wh...
I've visited this place many times and every time I love it. So pretty, the best view and a really nice garden as well. The only downside is the strong wind so I don't recommend any hats and warm clot...
We were amazed by the hexagonal shaped columns of the cliff here. There are well-maintained boardwalks that one takes to the cliffside. We were there around sunset and the views out into the ocean is ...
Jeju Island columnar joint zone, nature is wonderful
travel to the Chinese area of Jeju Island, must go to the columnar joint belt of the beach to have a look. It can be seen that the stone pillars piled up on the coast, the blue sea rushed to the waves, and the white waves smashed as if the stone was carved by the stonemason, which made people exclaim that this is a miracle of nature. The roadside is still a tourist, no wonder the Chinese tourist area is a place where Korean locals like honeymoon. One of the high-end boutique hotels abounds, the second is the sparsely populated, extremely quiet. The ecological environment is also very good, you can see cockroaches, butterflies and birds everywhere. Stone pillars piled up on the coast, where you can see many people fishing by the sea. The columnar joint belt is a famous attraction. There is a visitor center. We bought a super delicious grilled squid and orange-flavored omelet from a South Korean uncle. Really very delicious! highly recommended.
Take the Airport Bus No. 600 and get off at Jeju International Convention Center and walk for 5 minutes to the right. Tickets: Adult 2
At the base of this cliff is the Jisatgae Coast along with the imposing stone pillars. Jusangjeolli are stone pillars piled up along the coast and is a designated cultural monument of Jeju Island. Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when the lava from Hallasan Mountain erupted into the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes and almost seem as if stone masons had carved them out. #wintergetaway
Here in the tourist area of Seogwipo City, it is also an address wonder. According to the tour guide, the high-temperature lava erupted by the volcano encounters icy waters of different sizes, or square or hexagonal stone pillars on the coast. Layers are stacked, unique and spectacular. It is also famous for hitting the cliffs of nearly 20 meters high and fishing by the sea.
Looking at the hexagonal stones that have been carved by hand are actually the magical work of nature, you can't help but sigh the wonders of this world.
Jeju Island Column Joints
This attraction is located in the Chinese Cave of Seogwipo City. It is a very peculiar natural landscape. When the volcanic eruption, the high temperature molten water meets the cold sea water on the coast, and then forms a square or six. Square stone pillars piled up on the coast. These huge rocks, which look like stonemason carvings, are actually the most casual works of nature. When the waves are playing on the rocks of these columnar sections, the whole scenery is very spectacular. Compared to the calm of other coasts of Jeju Island, the coast here has very strong waves, especially when standing on the trails to enjoy the raging waves during the high tide, and even more excited about the ocean.
Located on the coast between Jungmun and Daepo-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju Island, the Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when the lava from Hallasan Mountain poured into the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes. Walking up to the cliffside, watch the towering Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff on the sea, with clear seawater beating against the neatly arranged stone pillars, stirring up white sea spray.