The rushing waters of Chenjeyeon Falls, plus the attractions that you are yet to unravel within its vicinity will surely wash all your worries and tiredness away.
Cheonjeyeon Falls, named “The Pond of God,” consists of 3 sections. Just around the falls, is the abundance of a variety of plant life, such as the rare ‘solimnan’ reeds. In Cheonjeyeon Valley, visitors can see the arch bridge with 7 nymphs carved on the sides called Seonimgyo Bridge which is also called Chilseonyeogyo, meaning “seven nymphs bridge,” and it connects Cheonjeyeon Falls with Jungmun Tourist Complex. The octagonal Cheonjeru Pavilion which surface is a painting that tells Cheonjeyeon’s legend of the seven nymphs and the mountain god can also be seen around here.
To the east, there is a cave where cold water pours from the ceiling to create the first waterfall. The water gathers into a pool and from there, falls two more times, creating the second and third waterfalls, which then flows into the sea.
The Cheonjeyeon Falls is also where the famous Chilseonyeo Festival which is held in May of every even-numbered year.
*photo source: https://blog.naver.com/hifrd7se/220892952653