Jeju Island is the largest and the most beautiful island in South Korea, which is absolutely Korea’s number one tourist destination. Since it’s an island, there are numerous beautiful beaches that you shouldn’t miss out on. If you need an ultimate guide to the most beautiful beaches in Jeju Island, you should definitely check out the list below. Plan your Jeju Island trip by getting to know about the beaches in Jeju according to their location and find out the nearby attractions & activities as well!

North


1. Iho Tewoo Beach

  • Address: Ihoil-dong, Jeju-si

Iho Tewoo Beach is conveniently located close to downtown Jeju City, which is also close to Jeju International Airport. There are two landmark lighthouses shaped like horses, which are one of the most popular Instagrammable spots in Jeju Island. This beach is especially known for having a beautiful sunset and night scene, glimmering with different colors of lighting.

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2. Samyang Black Sand Beach

  • Address: Samyang-dong, Jeju-si

 

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Unlike the other beaches, Samyang Black Sand Beach has black sand on the beach just like its name. It’s Jeju’s hidden spot with sparkling black sand and clear water. Also, the road to the thermoelectric power plant has an array of DNA looking like lights, which spread across the wharf at night making a breathtaking night view.

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3. Hamdeok Beach

  • Address: 525, Johamhaean-ro, Jocheon-eup, Jeu-si

 

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Hamdeok Beach is located in the northeast of Jeju Island and you can easily reach it by bus. There are lots of people who are playing or walking around the beach. It’s also a perfect place for snorkeling or scuba diving, especially for inexperienced divers to enjoy safely with light commitment.

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4. Gimnyeong Seongsegi Beach

  • Address: Gimnyeong-ri, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si

 

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Gimnyeong Seongsegi Beach is a beautiful beach with a cobalt blue ocean, which is a popular spot for a snap photoshoot. You’ll see many couples taking a pre-wedding snap photoshoot on the beach. It also has many famous attractions nearby, such as Manjanggul Cave, Gimnyeong Maze Park, and Jeju Folk Arts Complex.

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5. Woljeongri Beach

  • Address: 33-3, Woljeong-ri, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si

 

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Woljeongri Beach is famous for its crystal clear water and calm waves. You can try transparent kayaking, a unique kayak experience where you can see the ocean floor. If you want to be mesmerized by the emerald ocean scenery, it’s definitely a must-visit place while you are in Jeju Island!

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West


1. Handam Beach

  • Address: 1359, Gwakji-ri, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si

 

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Handam Beach is renowned for Handam Coastal Trail that stretches from Aewol-ri to Gwakji-ri. You can slowly walk along the trail and appreciate the shimmering ocean view and stop by trendy cafes. One of the most popular cafes is “Cafe & Guesthouse Bomnal”, located right in front of Handam Beach. “Cafe Aewol Monsant” is also well-known as a cafe run by G-Dragon from Big Bang.

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2. Gwakji Gwamul Beach

  • Address: Gwakji-ri, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si

 

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Gwakji Gwamul Beach is a calm and peaceful beach, which is perfect for you to have a healing time. Even its waves are gentle since the beach is heading north. At the end of the beach, there is an open-air spring water bath, where you can wash after swimming in the ocean.

3. Hyeopjae Beach

  • Address: 2497-1, Hyeopjae-ri, Hallim-eup, Jeju-si

Hyeopjae Beach is located on the west side of Hallim-eup and is near Hallim Park. The beach stretches approximately 200 meters, and is 60 meters wide with a shallow depth of 1.2 meters, making the beach popular among family visitors with children. Nearby attractions include Hallim Park, Myeongwoldae Cliff, and Hwangnyongsa Temple.

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4. Geumneung Beach

  • Address: Geumneung-ri, Hallim-eup, Jeju-si

 

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The seashore to the southwest of Hyeopjae Beach connects to another beach called Geumneung Beach, where you can see Hallsan Mountain. Geumneung Beach boasts an amazing sunset view, looking out to Biyangdo Island. It’s not as crowded as Hyeopjae Beach and has larger swimming and sand area.

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5. Sinchang Windmill Beach

  • Address: 1290-3, Sinchang-ri, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju-si

 

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Sinchang Windmill Beach is well-known for Sinchang Windmill Coastal Road, one of the most recommended Jeju driving courses. You can also rent an electric scooter and enjoy the cool breeze while admiring the beautiful natural scenery harmonized with windmills.

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South


1. Jungmun Saekdal Beach

  • Address: Saekdal-dong, Seogwipo-si

 

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Jungmun Saekdal Beach is in the Jungmun Tourist Complex, a multi tourism area of Jeju Island, located on the seashore of Seogwipo. Jungmun Beach is a great place for various watersports, such as surfing, jet boat, and parasailing. If you want to enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities, Jungmun Beach will be the best option for you.

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2. Hamo Beach

  • Address: Hamo-ri, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si

Hamo Beach, which is located close to Moseulpo Port, is also known as Moseulpo Beach. It’s located along Jeju Olle walking trail No. 10 and you can see a spectacular view of Sanbangsam Mountain from the beach. Moreover, it’s a popular place for the sea walking experience since you can see all sorts of tropical fish and corals.

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3. Hwangwoochi Beach

  • Address: Sagye-ri, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si

Hwangwoochi Beach was named after its shape that looks like a bull’s horns. It has unique sedimentary rocks and spring water where you can enjoy a freshwater dip. You can also enjoy the marvelous view of Sanbangsan Mountain, harmonized with Yongmeori Beach and cliffs.

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4. Yongmeori Beach

  • Address: 112-3, Sagye-ri, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si

Yongmeori Beach is a place where Sanbangsan Mountain stretches into the ocean and it is named after its shape that looks like a dragon’s head is going underwater. There are many tourist attractions nearby, such as Songaksan Mountain, Jeju Art Park, and Marado Island.

East


1. Gwangchigi Beach

  • Address: 224-33, Goseong-ri, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si

Gwangchigi Beach is a beach near Seongsan Ilchulbong Sunrise Peak. Not only you can see a stunning view of Seongsan Ilchulbong but also you can rise a horse here. Another must-do at Gwangchigi Beach is to take off your shoes, feel the black sand beneath your feet, and enjoy its clear and transparent water!

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2. Hado Beach

  • Address: Hado-ri, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si

 

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Hado Beach is located in the northeastern part of Jeju Island near Udo Island and Seongsan Ilchulbong Sunrise Peak. The beach is famous for its clear water and provides a picturesque view of Udo Island as well as fun activities, such as kayaking, snorkeling, and stand-up paddling.

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3. Pyoseon Beach

  • Address: Pyoseon-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si

 

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Pyoseon Beach is located 100 meters away from Jeju Folk Village and also close to Seopjikoji and Seongeup Folk Village. During the ebb tide, the natural white sand is revealed, and during the flowing tide, it becomes a beautiful pond with a depth of about 1 meter.

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