Route 04 : Pyoseon - Namwon Olle



Total Distance : 19Km  Total Time : 5-6hour   Difficulty :

The coastal Olle starts at the shiny beach. Past the Haenyeo(women diver) changing room and cross the ‘Ganeungae’ named after its structure where the ocean narrows down into a thin strand, you will reach Sehwa-2ri, the fishing village. The old name for Saehwa-2ri is Gama-ri. ‘Gamari Haenyeo Olle’ is the path where Jeju Haenyeos, apparently the world’s first female professionals, used to get to the ocean. Jeju Olle has rebuilt the forest path that continues afterward, after 35 years. The Marine Corps lent a hands in building this path, so it is also known as the Marine Trail.

Wheelchair Accessible Area

Difficulty :

Distance : 4.8km / Haevichi Hotel & Resort ~ Gamarigae Rest Area
Starting Point : 40-76 Pyoseon-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si

This Badang-Olle(seaside trail) begins in the vacant lot in front of the Haevichi Hotel, and continues through the trail up to Gamarigae. Toilets in the Institute of Maritime and Fisheries Technology are open to public.

Route Tip

There are lots of restaurants and cafes on the coast. Tosan-pogu(port), Sinheung-ri pogu(port), and to Namwon.

Olle Trail Ranger

It is not a problem even if it is your first time to the Jeju Olle Trail.
Let go of the fear of an unfamiliarity and bring excitement for new encounters.
  • Kang, Chul Kwon

Official Information Center

You may receive leaflets, guidebooks, and purchase basic souvenirs such as Jeju Olle Passport at the Jeju Olle Information Centers. Do not foret to stop by and get information you needed.

Jeju Olle Information Center (Pyoseon Haevichi Beach)

Location : 40 Pyoseon-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si

08:00~17:00 (Lunch Break 12:00~13:00)
Close on Luna New Year and Korean Thanksgiving Day

Public Transportation Information

The public transportation system of Jeju Island has been entirely changed recently and still it's changing. Please double check the up-to-date information of the bus number and route before you take it.

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Foreign Language Interpretation Services by Tourism Organizations

[Visit Jeju] Jeju Travel Hot Line(Multi language interpretation service)
- +82 -(0)64-740-6000 / Chat service via mobile app also Available
- Operation Hour : Daily 09:00 ~ 18:00

[KTO] 1330 Korea Travel Hotline(Multi language interpretation service)
- Dial 1330 or though mobile app.
- Operation Hour: 24/7

How to find the Starting Point
How to find the way back from the Finishing Point
Pyoseon Danke-pogu(port)

According to the myth, the village near Danke-pogu(port) was often devastated the typhoon. It is said that the villagers made a wish to the Great Seolmundae Halmang, the Creator Goddess of Jeju, and she built a port for them in return. There is a Halmang shrine near the port at the end of the sand beach.


It is named after the thin part of the sea that meets the stream. There now is a forest full of scrubs.


It is the marsh in the shore in the southwest of Pyoseon which is broad enough to tie a tewoo.

Youngcheon-sa(temple)-Nodan Semi

A spring flows the bottom of the hill in front of Youngcheon-sa(temple). One strand is named 'Geoseun-semi' because it goes up to Hallasan(mountain) and other one flows down to the ocean on the right is named 'Nodan Semi.' 'Nodan' means one's right in Jeju dialect.

Marine Trail

The rocky path starts the ocean in front of 'Ganeungae' and continues to the Sono Calm Jeju. Officers of 93 Battalion of the Jeju Defense Headquarters built the environment-friendly road, so it is named as 'Marine Trail.'

Pyoseon Beach

The sandy beach is 0.8km in length and is 65 acres wide. It is a circular beach at the low tide and looks somewhat like a lake at the high tide. A myth goes: this beach used to be a deep-sea and the Namcho-got on the east used to be a big forest, but the Great Seolmundae Halmang cut off all the trees of the forest and filled the ocean to make this beach.