Jinha Beach is located 242 km southeast of Ulsan and is a little slice of summer paradise measuring 1 km in length and 300 m in x_width. Like most beaches along Namhae (the South Sea) the waters of Jinha are shallow, warm, and calm, making it a perfect place to go swimming. The deep scent of the surrounding pine trees mixes with the ocean sea breeze and gives the beach an intimate atmosphere despite its relatively large size.
Camping is allowed in the pine woods and is free of charge. Simple shower booths and changing rooms are available for the convenience of the visitors. You may also enjoy freshwater river bathing as the water from Hoiyagagn River from Munsusan Mt. flows into the beach area.
Near the beach is Ideokdo Island, which consists of two mid-ocean rocks, and Myeongseungdo Island, which can be reached on foot. The latter, in particular, is popular for its beautiful sunset and is famous as a great fishing spot for Dorimi, flatfish, and Ureog. Around 10km away is Ganjeolgot Lighthouse, which is in operation 24/7.
Jinha-ri, Seosaeng-myeon, Ulju-gun, Ulsan[Google Map]
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How To Use
Use Jinha Public Parking Lot (15 min walk from the beach)
From Ulsan Intercity Bus Terminal or Express Bus Terminal, take Bus No. 715 or 1715.
off at Jinha.
Shower booth, drinking fountain, changing room, cooking area, tube, parasol, etc.
accomcount: 50,000 people
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