There is an abundance of tourist activities, and an equal number of tourist sites on Jeju.
On October 7, the third Tourism Inspection was conducted with foreign SNS users who reside in Jeju.
The first of the activities was zip-lining. Historically,
zip-lining has been a means to transport livestock and supplies from higher ground to lower ground.
This method has been developed into a rather popular leisure sport in Jeju.
For this, we visited Daheeyeon, which is a zip-lining spot within a themed museum.
Located on the eastern region of Jeju, Daheeyeon provides users with safety equipment and explanations
for a safe and exhilarating experience.
▲ Entrance of Daheeyeon
▲ The queue center
▲ Safety equipment use and explanation
▲ Zip-line mounting explanation
Anyone can enjoy zip-lining as long as the safety equipment fits.
▲ Wearing safety equipment
Because the staff provides personal attention to each customer, there are minimal complications.
▲ Course tower
There are a total of four courses that are connected, and consumes about an hour.
The course shown above is about 171m high, but there are lines that are 223m high as well.
The height may be daunting for first-timers, but the subsequent experiences are quite enjoyable.
▲ Hike to the tower.
The tower is accessible by foot.
▲ Preparing for the ride.
The boarding platform is rather crowded, so ten people move as a group.
Should a large group, like our supports group, visit, they will be divided into multiple teams.
Also, due to the possibility of an impact while zip-lining, it is better to leave belonging.
Zip-lining itself is quite an experience,
especially because the rider could enjoy the scenery around him.
▲ Tandem zip-lining
Sometimes, to ease possible apprehension, a staff member could zip-line in tandem.
As in the photo above, reverse zip-lining is also possible,
probably a different experience to riding normally.
▲ The landing
As long as your feet are lifted, there is no difficulty landing.
There were about 20 people who joined us.
We were divided into two groups and it took about 2 hours to complete the courses.
It would only take an hour to complete for an individual.
Address: 600 Seonheul-ri Jocheon-eup, Jeju, Jeju-do, South Korea
Jeju Tourism Organization Website: http://www.jejutour.go.kr/ http://www.ijto.or.kr/