*Photos from August 2016*Address: 서귀포시 안덕면 화순해안로 106번길 16
Address: 106-16 Hwasunhaean-ro, Andeok-Myeon, Seogwipo-si
Price Range: Under 20,000 per person
Times: 11:00, 14:10, 15:20
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Parking: Parking available in the Harbour and back toward the beach area if you are willing to walk more
|Looking around the side of Hyung Jae Some toward SanBangSan.|
|SanBangSan and Hyung Jae Some from the south side|
|We're on a boat!|
In Korean, the cruise is called called , romanized as San-Bang-San You-Ram-Sun.
Here are some key things to know before you go:
1. Make sure you have your ARC card or Passport with you. Whenever I've taken a boat trip from Jeju, I've always needed to show my identification.
2. You may need to go early to get your ticket. Popularity depends on time of year and day of the week, and I've found that some ferry rides fill up fast. If you have a Korean friend who can help you, I think you can reserve tickets online, but I don't know how. My friend and I went about 30-45 minutes before the departure time and we were okay.
3. Throughout the ride, an announcer tells you different things--probably about SanBangSan, the islands and history, but naturally if you can't understand Korean (like me), you will miss that part of the experience.
4. I didn't get nauseous, but if you get seasick really easy, maybe think carefully about going.
|SanBangSan and Dragon Head Rock (Yong-Meori; 용머리)|
|Close up of Hyung Jae Some (형재섬).|
|Rounding the little islands.|
|Looking back toward Jeju~~|
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