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A natural fresh water swimming pool ‘Nonjitmul (논짓물)'
Where Yongcheonsu Spring kisses the sea, so is created a natural fresh water swimming pool, ‘Nonjitmul’. Still unknown to most tourists, you can avoid a crowd here, even in the heat of high-summer. The pool of pristine water contains a few little silver fish at play and its shallow, gentle waters make it the perfect swimming hole for young children. Try catching bomals (top shells) at low tide. In only 30 minutes, you can catch enough to prepare a bowl of top shell rice porridge, or simply boil them up and use a toothpick to enjoy this island delicacy.
“Yerae Eco-Village Experience Festival” takes place every August with an abundance of events and programs, including catching flatfish with your bare hands, kayaking, singing contests, and Jeju Island’s famous flea market.
 Yerae Eco Village Festival
· When?: July 27 (Sat) to July 28 (Sun), 2 days
Gaetkkak Jusangjeolli Cliff, another famous Jusangjeolli Cliff along with Daepo Coast’s Jusangjeolli, is also very close. With ‘Nonjitmul’ to the left and Hayae Port to the right, both are within 10-minutes walking distance respectively. What a great place to catch a beautiful sunset! If you wander a little further past Hayea Port, you will come across the small peaceful village of ‘Dapyeong-ri’, the starting point of Jeju Olle Course 9. For more details on Gaetkkak Jusangjeolli Cliff, click here.
· Admission: Free
· Location: 532-3 Haye-dong, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
How to get here
[From Jeju Bus Terminal] Take bus no. 282 & stop at ‘at ‘Jungmun Tourist Complex’ (32 stops, 1 hr.) → transfer to bus no. 531
or 633 at the opposite bus station & stop at ‘Jinyang Villa’ (6 stops, 7 mins.) → walk for about 14 mins. (920m)
[From Seogwipo Bus Terminal] Take bus no. 531 & stop at ‘Jinyang Villa’ (23 stops, 30 mins.) → walk for about 14 mins. (920m)