Getting Around Jeju-do

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    Ferry Line from Mainland to Jeju-do

    by jckim Written Mar 6, 2014

    Mokpo to Jeju-do
    time : 3hr 30min or 4hr 30min

    Wando to Jeju-do
    time : 1hr 40min or 2hr 50min

    Busan to Jeju-do
    time : 12hr ( overnight )

    Incheon to Jeju-do
    time : 13hr 30min ( overnight )

    Goheung ( Nokdong ) to Jeju-do
    time : 3hr 30min

    Haenam ( woosooyong ) to Jeju-do
    time : 2hr 30min

    Jangheung ( Noryeok ) to Jeju-do
    time : 2hr 20min

    Samcheonpo to Jeju-do
    time 9hr

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    From Singapore to Incheon to Gimpo to Jeju!

    by chatterley Written Mar 22, 2013

    As there were no direct flights between Singapore and Jeju, this was what we did:

    1. Book flights to and from Singapore to Seoul's Incheon Airport
    2. Book flights to and from Gimpo Airport to Jeju

    On the day of departure from Singapore, we flew to Incheon Airport, then we hopped onto the AREX, which took us to Gimpo Airport. From Gimpo, we took the domestic flight to Jeju.

    Our flight from Gimpo to Jeju was booked on ASIANA airlines. Other airlines also ply the same route - KOREAN AIR, JEJU AIR and EASYJET.

    Allow a buffer of around 3 hours between the landing time in Incheon and the boarding time to Gimpo (in case of flight delays / baggage delays etc).

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    Rent a Cab for a Day!

    by chatterley Written Mar 22, 2013

    We didn't feel confident about driving in Jeju, as it was the winter season (wet and slippery roads) and the vehicles are left-hand drive. Hence, we contacted our hotel before we arrived, and asked them to recommend a taxi driver to us. Our plan was to rent the cab for our sightseeing trips.

    Our hotel was located in Seogwipo, and the rental cost depended on the distance travelled, as well as duration.

    For Day 1, we rented the cab for about 8 hours - took us to Seongsan Ichulbong, lunch at the MINT in Phoenix Island Resort, Seopjikoji, Jeongbang Falls, Cheonjiyeon Falls and Oedolgae. We paid KRW 100,000, plus another KRW 10,000 to reimburse the driver's lunch.

    Day 2, we rented the cab for a few hours to O'Sulloc Tea Museum, lunch and the Jusangjeolli Cliff. We paid KRW 30,000.

    We thought that the fees quoted were fair and reasonable - after all, we didn't have to drive and could enjoy the comfort of traveling from one place to the next with much ease. The cab was also very clean.

    The cab that took us to all those sights in Jeju

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    Jeju International Airport

    by bladedragon Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    2 flights (Korean Air and Asiana) will get you here from Gimpo Airport (Seoul) and it's a one and a half hour flight.
    There's car rental booth and tourist information centre in the airport.
    You will need to have international license to rent a car.

    Jeju International Airport Asiana

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    Airport Bus Limousine JEJU

    by ancient_traveler Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    WudoAirport Bus Limousine (Airport~ Jungmun, Seoguipo)

    The airport bus limousine runs between Jeju Airport to Jungmun and Seoguipo
    Route: Airport - Holiday Inn Crown Plaza Hotel - Renaissance Hotel - Yeomiji Botanical Garden Entrance - Hana Hotel
    Route: Hyatt Hotel - Silla Hotel - Green Villa Hotel - Lotte Hotel - Hankuk Condominium - Yeomiji Botanical Garden Entrance
    Route: New Gyeongnam Hotel - Seoguipo Port - Paradise Hotel - Seoguipo KAL Hotel

    Airport Deluxe Bus
    Airport Deluxe Bus rotates the downtown

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    Car Rental in Jeju

    by efoo Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Driving in a rented gas-filled car is one of the most popular way to move around Jeju even when you can't read Korean. Main Roads are well labelled in English as shown on given maps. The roads allow easy stop at the side for sight-seeing.

    Our rented car
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    JEJU trolley bus tour

    by ancient_traveler Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This tour bus is best for those on honeymoon, family trips, group or individual tours. The tour covers the east and west parts of Jeju and a city tour and nighttime hotel area tour can be added on for no additional charge.

    64-747-4004 (Kor)
    64-1330 (Eng, Kor, Chn, Jpn)

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    Hire car

    by iwys Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The best way to travel around Jeju-do is by car. I rented mine from Haeun Rentacar. It cost 70,000 won per day, for a top-of-the range 2.0 l automatic Sonata with an in-car navigation system, which not only guides you to every location, but also warns you about approaching speed limits and police cameras. This is very necessary on Jeju-do, where the maximum speed limit is 80kph, but in most places only 60kph or 50kph. The police cameras are often placed at the bottom of a hill, just after the speed limit has inexplicably changed from 80kph to 50kph.

    The major car rental firms have desks inside the airport; the others operate from minibuses in the airport car park. If you don't have a Korean license, you need an international one. Driving outside of Jeju city is a real pleasure, as there is very little traffic on the country roads.

    Other car rental companies in Jeju include:

    Grand Rent Car 064 743 6022
    Green Rent Car 064 743 2000
    Nam-seoul Rent Car 064 743 8333
    Daesin Rent Car 064 744 8123
    World Rent Car 064 743 1007
    Cheju Rent Car 064 742 3301

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    From Seoul to Jeju

    by bpacker Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The best way to get to Jeju is by plane. And once you're in Korea, taking a plane is pretty much like taking the subway. It's cheap, fast and convenient. There's no need to buy a ticket beforehand. Just turn up at the domestic airport in Seoul (GIMPO AIRPORT is accesible via subway line 5) and purchase a ticket from Korean Air or Asiana Airlines. Tickets from KoreanAir is cheaper. Sometimes, you'll even get a discount if you book your tickets online. Check the website I included below..

    : Ignore the message " for foreigners residing in korea" . I managed to book my tickets online and I'm not an expat wife living there..

    Seongsan Illchubong, Jeju

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  • Getting to Jeju without connecting in South Korea

    by Archie02 Written Mar 23, 2011

    All flights between Mainland South Korea and Jeju (CJU) are strictly domestic flights, so some people need a visa to transit at Seoul or Busan, even though they might not need the visa for Jeju.

    Transferring in Busan (PUS) could be the better option, as PUS's two terminals (International and Domestic) are a mere 200 meters away from each other.

    Transferring in Seoul most likely would mean to connect between Inch(e)on ICN and Gimpo (GMP), as all flights from Seoul to Jeju depart from GMP. Transfer would be a 35 minute train ride (commuter train departs every 12 minutes) at roughly 3 USD oneway. All in all, for a transfer between ICN and GMP not less than 3, better 3.5 hours should be allowed.

    Flight options from the Philippines:
    TransAsia flies 2pw from TPE; not sure if transiting requires a visa there.
    China Eastern (MU) flies daily from Shanghai-Pudong (PVG). If you book MU through PVG on one ticket you can stay airside and do not need a visa to connect there.

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  • Day tour bus by Yehatour

    by Sonya86 Updated Sep 4, 2008

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    Our courses, which include natually unexplored regions of Jeju island, offer something for everyone!

    1. We offer day tours for any travelers who come to jeju independently.
    2. Entrance fees, fuel costs, driver's tip and parking fees are included.
    3. No tipping. No pressure to participate in optional tours. No additional charges.
    4. Sufficient time will be allowed for lunch in an area where there are a variety of restaurants. (participants should make their own lunch arrangements or if they prefer, they can hve lunch with us at a restaurant of our choosing.
    5. No guided tours but a translator will accompany with you on the bus.
    6. East course and West course day tours are offered on alternate days.
    7. Each day tour starts around 9 am. and finishes around 6 pm.
    8. Day tour schedules may change depending on weather conditions or seasonal factors.

    East Course
    1.Sangumburi - The only crater in Jeju located at ground level.
    2.Seongeup Folk Village - Currently, more than 200 people live in the village and continue to abide by traditional jeju customs and traditions.
    3.Seopjikoji - The best View in the Eastern area. The location of the popular soap opera All In
    4.Seongsan Ilchulbong(Sunrise Peak) - A symbol of Jeju. Registered as a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO.
    5. Manjanggul - The longest lava cave in the world. Registered by UNESCO as a world natural heritage site.
    6. An exhibition hall of Jeju's specialities - The place is managed by Jeju provincial office. Yeha tour guarantees that place is the least expensive in jeju.
    7. Mysterious road - Cars with their engines off appear to go by themselves.

    West Course
    1.O'sulloc Tea Museum - A panoramic view of a seemingly unlimited green tea field.
    2.Mt.Sanbang - When you look down at the ocean from the upper half of the mountain, you will never forget the breathtaking view.
    3.Yongmeori Coast - A unique coast has been piled up by wind and sea erosion oever several thousands years.
    4.Jusangjeoli Rocks - When lava from erupting volcanoes met the ocean, it formed these interesting pillar-shaped rocks.
    5.Oadolgae - A large rock that stands alone in the middle of the ocean. The location of the popular Korean soap opera Dae Jang Gum.
    6.Cheonjiyeon Waterfall - There is a picturesque place which falls down crystal water between valleys.
    7. Jeongbang Waterfall - The only coastal waterfall in the orient where waters enter directly into the sea.
    8.Mysterious road - Cars with their engines off appear to go by themselves.

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    Rent a car

    by ancient_traveler Updated Mar 28, 2008

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    The most common transportation mode when sightseeing in Jeju is by rent-a-car or rent-a-taxi. But the cost can be rather expensive. The suggested Jeju one-night, two-days course presents a convenient and affordable way to explore Jeju on a trolley bus over the course of two days.

    Dae Sin Rent-a-car: Nohyeong-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-744-8123
    Korea Rent-a-car: Nohyeong-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-748-5005
    Jeju Dream Rent-a-car: Yeon-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-744-3939
    Hansung Rent-a-car: Yeon-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-747-2100
    Arirang Rent-a-car: Nohyeong-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-749-2139
    Budget Rent a Car: Nohyeong-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-748-2727
    Dong-a Rent-a-car: Yongdam 2-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-743-1515
    Korea Express Rent-a-car: ido 2-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-746-5967
    Jeju Asan Rent-a-car: Nohyeong-dong, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, 82-64-743-9991

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    Cheap ferry to Jeju

    by mitchimitch Updated Feb 19, 2008

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    The closest port in mainland Korea to Jeju-do is in Wando. One can take the Hanil Express ferry from Wando to Jeju for only around 13,000 won! There are 2 trips every day at 1430 and 1530 and it takes only 3 hours! More information here: (korean)

    I am also planning to take the ferry on my next Jeju visit and I will update this tip accordingly!

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    Rent a Car in Jeju

    by bpacker Updated May 23, 2007

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    Rent a car while you're in Jeju or you'll be at the mercy of Korean - speaking guides and the availability of the sparse buses in the islands. Most of the best scenic sites of the island are at remote places so you'll need a car to see them.
    I got this 1.3L, Hyundai Family Car for about US$80 for 3days and 2 nights from Jeju Ok rent a car. The chap there was remarkably friendly and he even gave me a 50% discount because of my credit card. Here's the details in case you need a car as well:

    1)Jeju Ok Rent a Car (743-4000,Mr Chang Jian Heng)
    Website:, email:

    There are also other companies:
    1)Geumho Rent a Car +82-64-743-8107(Kor/Eng/Jap.)

    2)Jeju Rental Car Service Associaton +82-64-747-4301(Kor/Eng/Jap)

    3)AVIS Rent a Car +82-64-749-3773(Kor/Eng/Jap)

    Note: The rental car information desk is near the arrival gate at Jeju International Airport . Yes, they Do speak English/Mandarin/Japanese. It is usually possible to rent without a reservation as there's lots of car agents here.

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    Ferry from Jeju-Do to Incheon

    by izsak02 Written Mar 10, 2007

    At Jeju Ferry Terminal (Jeju City), the staff there kept asking us where we're going and kept reminding us to go to the "Foreigner Only line". We thought we would get strip-searched or something. When it was time to leave, the staff checked our passports and tickets, then let us go ahead of the huge line-up. That was it. Just a special treatment.
    Being the first in the ferry, of course we got the best spot in our third-class room. This room takes 30 people. No division, no order. You're lucky not to be facing a foot if you're the last one to arrive.
    In the summer, you may choose to sleep in the lobby or at the viewing area outside... if you could bear the wind.
    The cost was about $48US per person for a 13.5hr cruise.
    Visit and for more info.

    Inside the ferry (third class room)
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    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

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