The Jeju destination of Jungmun is the largest resort in Korea. Its prime location provides quick and easy access to many of Jeju’s most famous attractions. Jungmun Beach, which runs along the back of the resort complex, is renowned for its beauty and has been a shooting locale for many movies and commercials.
Visitors should not miss the chance to go parasailing, water skiing, or windsurfing on these sparkling waters.
There are six hotels located in the Jungmun Resort Complex. The Shilla, Lotte, and Hyatt Regency offer five-star experiences as well as “glamping”, or luxury camping. Meanwhile The Suites Hotel, Hotel Hana, and Jeju Seas are more affordable, condominium-like options.
There’s tons to do right nearby. Yeomiji Botanical Garden, Pacific Land marine park, Teddy Bear Museum, Sorisun Museum, Cheonjeyeon Waterfall, Jusangjeolli rock pillar cliff, Jeju World Peace Center, and Jeju International Convention Center are all located inside the Jungmun grounds.
|Notable Amenities/”Good”||The easiest way to see Jeju.|
|Spa||You’re spoiled for choice. Check out the Jeju-Shilla Spa, He:on Spa at the Lotte and Aquaview at the Hyatt Regency.|
|Sports facilities||Jungmun Golf Course, parasailing, water skiing, and windsurfing on Jungmun Beach|
|Best suited for…||Anyone and everyone|
|Local’s Tips||Stay packages that include a rental car are recommended for those who want to make the most of their Jeju experience.|
|Must-See Sights||Try out a section of Jeju’s famous Olle Trail. Jungmun connects directly to route 8 (out of 20 total).|
|Recommended Eating||Pork lovers shouldn’t miss Jeju’s famous black pork samgyupsal.|