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Jeju Ferries - Prices from £52 each way

Book a ferry to Jeju with AFerry. Domestic services in South Korea are available from Jeju to Yeosu.

Jeju Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Jeju are operated by Hanil Express. When you search for a ferry to Jeju, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.

Jeju ferries with Hanil Express are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Jeju will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Jeju Routes

About Jeju

The South Korean island of Jeju is called "the Hawaii of South Korea" because of it's volcanoes and lush green terrain. The island of Jeju sits off the southernmost tip of the Korean Peninsula and was created through five massive volcanic eruptions one million years ago. These eruptions left a stunning landscape and natural formations that has led to 10% of Jeju being listed as a UNESCO Natural Heritage site.

Jeju is a very popular destination and considered a very romantic spot. It's very popular with cruises and attacts honey-mooners from all over the world! For more about Korea in general, read our South Korea guide.

Ferries to and from Jeju

The Hanil Express Ferries Hanil Express fleet consists of spacious contemporary ships that combine the features of traditional ferries and cruise ships meaning they they provide a range of facilities.

On board with Seaworld Express you will find a range of facilities to keep you both entertained and refreshed for your journey ahead. Try the onboard game room, or the singing room for entertainment, or if you want to refuel you will enjoy any of the onboard bars & restaurants. For ultimate relaxation on your trip, try the massage room.

So, book your Jeju ferry simply and securely with AFerry!

Jeju Port

Jeju Port Terminal is located on the Northern shore of Jeju island (also spelled Cheju) outside the city of Jeju. The port has several buildings for passengers and cargo. Boats arrive and depart daily to several ports in Korea and Japan. Schedules and rates at the port are posted in Korean so it's a good idea if you book in advance with AFerry.

Jeju port facilities

Ships from the port Jeju cary about 2,401,000 passengers annually, which amounts to about six percent of the total number of people coming in and going out of Jeju every year.

Jeju's port is large and modern and provides all the facilities that you would expect at such a port.

Getting to Jeju port

The port of Jeju is located only a few kilometres from the city centre and Jeju international airport. The port is well connected by road to the rest of the city and just as in any large city, public transport services are available.

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Reviews

  • 12 Dec 2016
    Great Voyage
    • Everything is great. The staffs and crews are very good and professional. The cruise is clean and nice. Koreana are very helpful and friendly. I will try this again in the future. Highly recommend this.

      Review by Anon

  • 09 Dec 2016
    Good accommodation!
    • The staff are accommodating.Thanks.

      Review by Anon

  • 11 Aug 2016
    Nice relaxing ferry trip from Yeosu to Jeju
    • Although I had a prepaid ticket it took the staff about 15 minutes to find this. The boat trip was great. Be aware there is no elevator to get luggage to the passenger deck. The staff did help my daughter with her luggage. Checking out was a bit a mess. Everybody tried to get off board all together. Overall we had a very good boat trip.

      Review by Michael Tjon

  • 02 Jun 2016
    ferry to Jeju
    • Good

      Review by Rita

  • 27 Oct 2013
    Travel to Jeju - the ferry was fast and smooth
    • Wando was a bustling friendly place, the ferry was fast and smooth and the best piece of service was at Wando terminal from the information lady who looked after one of our suitcases (too big for the locker) allowing us to walk into town for a couple of hours.

      Review by Anon