Bijindo is gorgeous. From the ferry stop, walk about100-150 metres to the main section of the beach. Officially, camping is forbidden. We did it a few weeks back, 30-40 people, and had no trouble. We got a couple of shifty stares, but no more than that, and we cleaned up after ourselves, so gave no reason for grudges. We think. There are several pensions where you can stay, right on the edge of the beach. I slept on one of the picnic tables in the alcoves (much warmer than on the ground, my friends in tents on the sand all shivered all night, while I was warm) so I'm not sure of the price of the pensions exactly. Nothing outrageous though. There is a small store, but 12 cans of highest quality Hite cost W30,000 so maybe plan ahead and take your own if that's on the cards. The water was warm enough for swimming 2 weeks ago. There are a few nice hills for hiking. Sunset views over the islands was ridiculously beautiful. Ferry services are limited: If I recall correctly, from Tongyeong to Bijindo, the 3 daily departures were 9am, 11.30am, and 2pm. Something like that. Might pay to ask ahead. These islands are VERY popular, so tickets sell fast.