Cheonjiyeon Falls
Cheonjiyeon Falls
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Bambloozled
Seoul, South Korea547 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021 • Couples
Yeah, very nice for a waterfall that's in s decent-sized city. It's not Niagara by any means, but the walk through the gardens leading up to it are pleasant and it's very photogenic. Getting there early - pre 10am - is the best bet as the light is good for photos and the crowds are not as hectic.
Written August 4, 2021
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Vincent Koh
Singapore, Singapore29 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022 • Couples
This is beautiful waterfall in the Seogwipo. It is about 20m tall and water flows into a small pond surrounded by a forested habitat. After buying the tickets (2000 KRW) to the waterfall, we walked through a short flat trail along a stream towards the waterfall. Ducks and other birds swim in the stream and coupled with the forested surroundings and distant sounds of the waterfall provides a peaceful and calming feel. On the map, it looks like the waterfall is in the middle of Chilsipnisi Park along Taepyeong-ro (fronting Casaloma Hotel) but there is no through road to the waterfall within this park as the park is on a different elevation. To reach the waterfall, visitors have to enter via Namseongjung-ro near the waterfront.
Written November 16, 2022
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kim buay p
Singapore, Singapore12,828 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Friends
There are three popular waterfalls in Seogwipo and this waterfall is most accessible. We walked here after a heavy downpour in the morning and so the waterfall did not disappoint. This waterfall is very popular with tour groups as it requires only a short easy walk to see the waterfall. From here we walked to the Birds' Island. This route is part of the Ha Young Olle Trail 1 in Seogwipo.
Written April 24, 2023
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The_Crofter
Warrington, UK923 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Couples
We were passing so called in late afternoon so the crowds had been and gone. The mornings early rainfall meant that all of the three waterfalls were gushing and made a great sight.
The bridge across the gorge certainly tries out your calf muscles. Go if you are in the area.
Written September 17, 2023
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Dick Z
Bangkok, Thailand3,810 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Couples
If you have seen falls in Iceland or e.g. US this won't knock you out, but still they are a nice visit. Entrance fee is KRW 2.000. From the parking it is a 250m walk along a very clean (not even a cigarette bud) and nice path to the falls. It can get quite crowded.
Written May 4, 2024
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Diviva
Singapore, Singapore4,122 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
The park is built for the waterfall. Was there during dusk, though there are sufficient lighting around. The waterfall is a tad disappointing, especially when you came from Jeongbang Waterfall. However it is suitable for people of all ages, the walk to the waterfall is very easy.
Written March 6, 2020
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PIPALIYA J
Surat, India499 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Solo
This place is very best and beautiful 😍 ❤️. This water flow 💪 is nice and like look water poot from sky this In place..... This place stayed in South Korea.....
Thank you and

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Written August 10, 2019
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jasonteh7
Singapore, Singapore277 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
positives: truly beautiful and amazing views of nature scenery and the waterfalls. also, one can take a leisurely stroll in the attached garden park. entry fee was only 2000 won.

negatives: there was a bit of a crowd the day we visited, although it was still manageable. the entrance to the falls could be tricky to find if you planning to go there on foot from Seogipwo town. DO NOT follow google maps as it will only point you to the exact geographical location of the falls. You should walk down along taepyeong road until you see the bridge and the sea. cross the bridge and you will see a big carpark. the ticket office will be on the right side, near 7-11
Written May 8, 2018
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amz_wandering
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates562 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015 • Couples
i went last week september 2015, i was looking for an adventure to connect with nature and culture as well as a lot of waterfalls, because its my first time to see real natural waterfalls :)

i loved this place because:
- 3 waterfalls! NATURE!!!
- Sense of Adventure & Challenge
- Bridge, Fountain, & Park
- Photogenic Scenes
Sure its more attractive on photos but still lovely
- The view from the Bridge and the Balcony <3

Some things you might not like:
- There's no restaurants inside when i visited. But some stalls sell snacks and drinks.
- its more of a mini hiking than a park. You will get tired if you are not used to stairs. But once you get through after the bridge, its so relaxing!
- No animals on site! Maybe your regular tree birds only.
- Some waterfall might be closed or no waterfall due to season, no rain etc. For me it was still nice to see how quiet the "The Pond of Gods" of the first waterfall.

Some information:
- Ticket Price is 2,500 / $2.15 for Regular
- Ticket Price is 1,350 / $ 1.16 for kids and if your a student or 24 below / elderly
- Ticket Group Discounts Available from 850 - 2,050

- Great for People who want exercise & sense of adventure!
- Great for BFF Outing, Face a physical challenge together then relax.
- Great for couples, help each other get through the stairs, strengthen the bond
- Great for kids, nature and learning as a field-trip not a playground. if they dont mind the stairs and are physically strong enough, I've seen people bring their kids 7yrs old above.
- i recommend this for everyone who of course are not traveling with infants, it might be dangerous due to some stairs are rocky and slippery.
- For elderly i do not recommend this if they can not use the stairs and if they can they have to endure going like from 1st to 4th floor of a building (estimation)

TIPS:
- Go to Jeju when its Green or Springful if you want to visit falls
- Wear comfortable non-slippery shoes or rubber shoes (no heels, no slippers)
- After you walk out from here, there are plenty of food options! Just walk inside the building with restaurant sign in front of the exit, Then on its other side is KFC, Kpop musem, Chocolate museum, and other walking distance attraction Starbucks too! The mini building however have some restaurants too.

*** Thumbs up if you like my review! it will motivate me to write more hehe :D
*** Thumbs up for my photos if you like them too
*** Wishing Everyone a safe trip and a fun one, xoxo - aMz
Written April 9, 2016
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berkeleydude
Berkeley21 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a nice tourist complex with two accessible waterfalls. The main falls and pool is very beautiful and about 500m away there is a nice little falls as well.

You can see the whole complex in about 1 hour if you are willing to walk fast.
Written September 4, 2006
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