After visiting the Jeongbang Waterfall, we headed over to Cheonjiyeon Waterfall because it was nearby despite the rain.
The Cheonjiyeon Waterfall is basically a sequence of 3 waterfalls which are really near to each other.
Truth is, I went to take a look at the Cheonjiyeon Waterfall because it was a UNESCO World Heritage site.
And like the Jeongbang Waterfall, I looked at it and was like, “meh”. It was really small and that’s all there is to the place. In fact, we were in and out of the place within 30 minutes. It actually does kinda feel like the 2,000 won entrance fee wasn’t really worth the money (to me).
Once again, don’t get me wrong, it will still look pretty and nice to most people but I have been seriously spoiled after visiting Jiuzaigou in China. Seriously, after visiting Jiuzaigou, many places of astounding natural beauty has just been “meh” to me.
Don’t take my word for it though, for beauty is in the eye of the beholder and I have been corrupted by Jiuzaigou. LOL.