Traditional fishing in Jeju 

(Rock gap Fishing)

Gomang (Jeju dialect for “hole”) Fishing uses wooden or 

bamboo fishing rods to catch the fish swimming 

between the rock formations so common on the coasts of Jeju.

Rockfishes and spotty belly greenling are the most common catches. 

Make your own rod from scratch, 

collect your bait as they do in the Law of the Jungle, and let it drop. 

Rockfishes, spotty belly greenlings, and even octopuses might come up.

Let's take a trip to Jeju local memories together!

"Rock Gap Fishing" is a fishing that catches fish 

from a hole of a stone making a fishing pole 

with bamboo etc. in the stone island of Jeju Island.


Adult: $50

Child(Under 12): $40

* Minimum number: 8

   Maximum number: 15


- Gomang Fishing may be canceled due to inclement weather or dangerous conditions at sea.

- Since Gomang Fishing takes place on coastal rock formations, 

  there may be safety hazards involved for visitors.

- Please make sure that all children are accompanied by at least one guardian on site; 

  children under elementary school are asked to refrain from participating.

- Personal recreation items are allowed, such as sneakers, water shoes, 

  towels, and goggles (snorkeling is offered during summer.)


Fishing tackle, grilled fish, roasted Jeju black pork


Jungmun Football Stadium, 2499 Daepo-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju-do

Cancellation policy

Number of days prior to reservationCancellation fee
9day(s) or moreFull refund

Born and Bred in Jungmun Daepohang Port

My dad’s a fisherman, and my mom’s a haenyeo (women diver), 

born and bred in Daepo-dong, Jeju. 

I’m a master of rock fishing, hunter of saw-edged perch, 

“the tiger of the sea,” and a lazy tangerine farmer producing 

low-insecticide tangerines. 

I came up with the idea of Gomang Fishing experience 

from the memories of my childhood, 

when I would do Gomang Fishing with my friends

 in the waters in front of Daepohang Port 

and roast the catches on the ember.