Jeju’s beaches are beautiful both in the day and at night. Among these, there are beaches that are loved by many travelers. Iho Tewoo Beach is one such popular spot for photographers, travelers, locals… pretty much everyone. The red pony and the white pony lighthouses exude an exotic feel, especially when contrasted with the vast expanse of white sand. And take note, this is a beach that has been used by islanders for centuries. At low tide you can spot the wondam, a traditional fishing method that uses rock walls to trap fish when the water ebbs.
Although it is the closest beach to Jeju City, many people are surprised by the mystery of the place. It seems hidden away behind its pine forest. There are campgrounds that attract all sorts of camping enthusiasts in the summer season. There are also facilities set up for the convenience of campers and swimmers, like a rest area, dressing rooms, showers, good parking, etc.