Top things to do

Top Choice Area in Jungmun Resort


Just south of the Jeju International Convention Centre is a dramatic 2km stretch of coastline known for rectangular rock columns that look as if they were stamped out with a cookie cutter. The formations are the res…
Temple in Jungmun Resort


Although construction of this Buddhist temple was completed in 1997, it is one of Jeju-do’s most impressive buildings. The ornate hall is filled with vibrant murals of scenes from Buddha’s life and teachings. The ma…
Waterfall in Jungmun Resort

Cheonjeyeon Pokpo

Jungmun’s top natural attraction is this legendary waterfall, a three-tier cascade, sporting unique basalt columns, tucked inside a forested gorge. Above soars an arched footbridge decorated with sculptures of the n…
Beach in Jungmun Resort

Jungmun Beach

The resort’s palm-fringed beach becomes crowded in July and August. Walk up the steps to the Hyatt Regency Hotel, continue along the boardwalk and down the steps to reach an even more scenic and secluded beach – wit…
Korean in Jungmun Resort

Jeju Mawon

Jeju-do's less famous speciality meat – horse – is served in this splendid traditional restaurant housed in a spacious Hanok building. The food, which also includes beef and pork, is great and the presentation, wond…
Gardens in Jungmun Resort

Yeomiji Botanical Garden

This impressive botanical garden has a huge indoor section with areas that mimic rainforests, deserts and other landscapes. The surrounding plantings and designs include Italian, Japanese, palm and herb gardens.
Barbecue in Jungmun Resort

Ha Young

This popular barbecue restaurant specialises in Jeju-do’s famous black pig. The meat is good, though the service is more hurried than friendly. It's on the main street, a couple of blocks from the tourist informatio…
Museum in Jungmun Resort

Teddy Bear Museum

A supremely kitsch gathering of stuffed teddies in poses ranging from Mona Lisa to Elvis.