Korean Peninsula
Cheonjeyeon Falls

The Cheonjeyeon Falls, not to be confused with the Cheonjiyeon Falls are situated on the southernmost island (Jeju-do) of South Korea.

It consists of 3 parts. The highest is 30 metres high. The falls are situated near Jungmun village at the foothills of the Hallasan Volcano.

 

Korea South 1972 South Chonjiyon Falls Cheju do Hallasan volcano stamp

Korea South 1964, Cheonjeyeon Falls and the Hallasan volcano in the background.
(the stamp is existing imperforated from the souvenirsheet, please see below)

 

Korea South 1964 South Chonjiyon Falls Cheju do Hallasan volcano Souvenirsheet

Korea South 1964, Cheonjeyeon Falls souvenirsheet.
The left stamp is showing Piwon (Secret Garden), which is located behind the Ch'angdokkung Palace, Soul.

 

Nicaragua 1994, Seonimgyo Bridge over the Cheonjeyeon Falls.
The stamp was issued in the miniaturesheet "Philakorea 1994".

The Seonimgyo Bridge is also known as Seven Nymphs Bridge and connects The bridge connects Cheonjeyeon Falls with the Jungmun Tourist Complex.

 

 

 

 

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