• Address

    128, Soesokkak-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
    제주특별자치도 서귀포시 쇠소깍로 128 (하효동)
  • Contact number

    +82-64-767-1616
  • Price / Fee

    Transparent Kayak Experience
    Adults 15,000 won (2 Adults)

    Teu (Jeju's traditional flat wooden boats) Experience
    Adults 7,000 won, Children 4,000 won

    Floating Water Bike Experience
    Adults 15,000 won, Children 13,000 won
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This is the mouth of the Hyodoncheon stream. Here the water takes on the deep blue of the ocean, and the scenery is very picturesque. Soesokkak is also well-known for its small, flat wooden boats called “Teu” that have been used for hundreds of years to ferry people across the estuary. The boat is pulled across the estuary by a long rope that is strung between the two banks. Taking a leisurely ride on a Teu across the clear water of the estuary is a great way to enjoy the area’s magnificent scenery.

Questions and Tips

Opening hours and best time to visit Soesokkak Estuary?

How to get to Soesokkak Estuary?

Desmond Lua
  • 3 years ago

Stop the bus at 효돈중학교 (hyodon junghaggyo), walk for 15 mins

Things to do in Soesokkak Estuary?

Information & Tips about Soesokkak Estuary?

Desmond Lua
  • 3 years ago

Kayaking is a popular activity which sold out pretty fast, or with 1-2 hours of waiting.
It starts at 9AM, recommended to reach before 9AM.

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Reviews

paine0602.com
  • 5 years ago

[濟州島]西歸浦‧划小船的天然祕境~牛沼河口쇠소깍 @ Paine小不點看世界★韓國好玩滾來滾去 :: 痞客邦 PIXNET ::

但是透明船超級受歡迎,我們十一點多去早就賣光光。根據賣票所人員說,開賣後一小時就會賣光光(大概九點),然後不能打電話預定,也就是說所有人都是超級提早到這邊排隊買票,當天到下午時段的都是滿的!太誇張了啦
tripadvisor.com
  • 3 years ago
  • 152 reviews

Soesokkak Estuary (Seogwipo, South Korea): Top Tips Before You Go - TripAdvisor

Soesokkak Estuary, Seogwipo: See 152 reviews, articles, and 47 photos of Soesokkak Estuary, ranked No.6 on TripAdvisor among 102 attractions in Seogwipo.
xuite.net
  • 7 years ago

121007-11家族自助遊濟州 – 121009 牛沼河口 @ 袋子裡的世界 :: 隨意窩 Xuite日誌

由於我事前在網路上看到很多人因為晚到
以致於需要等上1、2個小時才能划到船
所以特地很早就起床
到牛沼河口大概8:30
在預約的地方排隊

Travelling Jeju with GACHI: Soesokkak Estuary

Isn't it little bit weird? :)
Because the kayaks are made of invisible plastic, so you can see through the bottom of the kayak~