World of Waterfalls Blog
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Ubagataki Waterfall (姥ヶ滝; Ubagataki Falls) was a large and unusual, yellow waterfall with 2 foot baths situated underneath the Hakusan White Road Toll Road.
…I asked [them] to try the same ETC gate as us just to make sure it was their card that was defective or something… we needed to have a change of plans…
Yinhe Cave Waterfall (银河洞瀑布; Yinhedong Pubu) is a popular yet unusual waterfall in that it sits next to a temple or shrine that was built into a cave.
As the road momentarily straightened out, we immediately noticed that the front right tire was flat, and trying to fix it on these twisty mountain roads…
Cheonjiyeon Falls (천지연폭포; Cheonjiyeon Pokpo) is a wide waterfall reachable by an easy flat walk in the western outskirts of Seogwipo City on Jeju Island.
Eongtto Falls (엉또폭포; Eongtto Pokpo) is a temporary waterfall that only flows in or immediately after heavy rain, which makes it a big deal when it does flow.
Jeongbang Falls (정방폭포; Jeongbang Pokpo) could very well be the signature waterfall attraction in Korea (let alone Jeju Island) as it’s all over the socials.
Sojeongbang Falls (소정방폭포; Sojeongbang Pokpo) is a 5m waterfall near the famous Jeongbang Falls in Jeju Island so you can visit both on an extended walk.
Cheonjeyeon Falls (천제연폭포; Cheonjeyeon Pokpo) is a popular series of three waterfalls each with colorful blue ponds under the right lighting conditions.
Wonang Falls (원앙폭포; Wonang Pokpo) is a wide 10m tall segmented waterfall, but its real draw was the colorful blue plunge pool doubling as a swimming hole.
Yongmun Falls (용문폭포; Yongmun Pokpo) is a modestly-sized waterfall situated above the Gapsa Temple so both attractions can be visited in the same excursion.
Wibong Falls (위봉폭포; Wibong Pokpo) is an easy-to-see waterfall where an excursion can be as short as a roadside lookout or an easy stepped walk to its base.
Suok Falls (수옥폭포; Suok Pokpo) is an attractive, easy-to-access 20m tall waterfall that has apparently appeared in quite a few Korean dramas and movies.
Seongye Falls (전계폭포; Seongye Pokpo) is a seasonal 60m tall waterfall that we happened to stumble upon while pursuing the Jikso Falls in Byeonsanbando.
Jikso Falls (직소폭포; Jikso Pokpo) is a 20m waterfall with additional downstream tiers making it perhaps the largest waterfall in Byeonsanbando National Park.
Surak Falls (수락폭포; Surak Pokpo) is a 15m waterfall accessed by a short walk near Jirisan National Park that is said to be known to have healing properties.
Buril Falls (불일폭포; Buril Pokpo) is a towering waterfall that was my excuse to extend a visit to the Ssanggyesa Temple while stumbling upon the Hwagae Market.
Paraeso Falls (파래소폭포; Paraeso Pokpo) is a pretty popular yet somewhat hidden waterfall dropping some 15-20m into a very inviting greenish clear pool.
Huibang Falls (희방폭포; Huibang Pokpo) is a waterfall in a thick forest beneath Huibangsa Temple below Yeonhwabong Peak in Sobaeksan Mountain near Danyang.
Miin Falls (미인폭포; Miin Pokpo) is a 30-50m waterfall over purplish cliffs near Yeoraesa Temple in Simpo Gorge, which is said to be Korea’s Grand Canyon.