Guide To Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff Jeju Island, South Korea
Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff is one of my favorite places on Jeju Island. I was amazed when I first visited here. These rock formations are perfectly hexagonal, creating a unique natural scenery.
In this article, I’d like to share useful information about Jusangjeolli Hexagonal Lava Cliff, how to get there, ticket prices, and other travel tips.
The formation of Jusangjeolli Hexagonal Lava Cliff
This mind-blowing lava cliff was formed between 250,000 and 140,000 years ago when lava from Hallasan Mountain erupted into the Jungmun sea.
It results in an area of thousands of dark gray stone columns lined up side by side along the coast.
From a distance, this place looks like artwork with fine sculptural lines. And yes, the mother of nature was its creator.
How to get to Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff
Jusangjeolli Hexagonal Lava Cliff is located about 600m southwest of Daepo-dong, at the end of the pine forest.
To get to this beautiful landmark, you can go as follows (by bus, taxi, or airport shuttle):
- From Jeju Airport: Take the Airport Limousine Bus No. 600 and get off at the International Convention Center Bus Stop (approximately 50 minutes).
- From Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal: Take the Jungmun Express Bus from the Intercity Bus Terminal to the Jungmun Tourist Complex (approximately 60 minutes). Check bus routes here.
- Method 3: Take a taxi to Jusangjeolli Cliff. This is the easiest way but also a bit expensive.
Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff entrance fee
- Adults 2,000 won
- Teenagers and children 1,000 won
In groups (10 people or more)
- Adults 1,600 won
- Teenagers and children 600 won
It’s free for children (under 6 years old), seniors (65 years old and above), and people with disabilities.
Where to visit after Jusangjeolli Cliff
After your trip to Daepo Jusangjeolli Hexagonal Lava Cliff, you can continue exploring nearby attractions such as ICC (International Convention Center) Jeju, Bear Museum, or the Cheonjeyeon Waterfall.