• Address

    329-10, Hallim-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
    제주특별자치도 제주시 한림읍 한림로 329-10
  • Opening hour

    Early July - late August
  • Contact number

    +82-64-728-3393
  • Price / Fee

    Free
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Hyeopjae Beach (협재해수욕장) is located on the west side of Hanrim-eup, and is part of Hanrim Park. The beautiful white color of the sand comes from the large amounts of crushed seashells that have been mixed in with the sand. The long seashore stretches for 9 km and has cobalt colored seawater and evergreen forests scattered around the vicinity, making the scenery very beautiful. Just off the beach is Biyangdo Island. The white sandy beach is about 20 meters long, and the water is 1.2 meters deep with no sudden drops. In the evergreen groves, there are plenty of convenient facilities and campgrounds for visitors to use.

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eighteenpromises : #1146: Korea Travelogue // Hyeopjae Beach

I love the blue ocean and skies, and white beaches and that's why my favourite holiday destinations usually involve one or the other (or both). And Hyeopjae Beach is the perfect combination of the both of them. There weren't a lot of people when we arrived and that made for really pretty pictures without people crowding all over. The contrast of the black volcanic rocks and white sand made the whole area really lovely. Definitely a must-visit if you love beaches as much as I do!
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  • 1 year ago
  • 190 reviews

Hyeopjae Beach (Jeju, South Korea): Top Tips Before You Go - TripAdvisor

Hyeopjae Beach, Jeju: See 190 reviews, articles, and 118 photos of Hyeopjae Beach, ranked No.4 on TripAdvisor among 117 attractions in Jeju.

Wandering Browns: Jeju Island- Hyeopjae Beach

The water here was very clear so I could see everything in the pools clearly. I saw the occasional small sea anemone, sea urchins, and lots of crabs and seaweed. Not as full of life as I thought they would be. The tides were large because of the full moon and I think more of the pools were left uncovered vs. normal.