If you've ever been a cruise before you've very likely had this experience:
*boards cruise ship*
"Wait. Hold on. THERE'S AN ALL-YOU-CAN-DRINK OPTION ON THIS CRUISE??? AND ALL OF THE FOOD IS FREE?????? IS THIS HEAVEN???????????"
"AHHH WHY IS THE GROUND MOVING???? AHHH MY STOMACH FEELS WEIRD!! AHHH MY HEAD IS SPINNING!!!!!! AHHH AHHH AHHH AHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Which's why you might want to check out Sun Cruise, a cruise ship that 1) never, ever hits the open ocean, and 2) is stuck on top of a friggin' cliff.
The good news, though, is that it didn't accidentally end up there: the guys behind Sun Cruise literally remade a Royal Caribbean super boat and dropped it on the top of a rock face in Jeongdongjin on the east coast of South Korea.
The boat comes equipped with 211 rooms, two restaurants (CHECK OUT THE PIC BELOW OMG), a roatating bar on the top floor, a netted golf range, a volleyball court, a glass floor suspended above the sea, a saltwater pool, and -- in case you wanted more of an open ocean feel -- bird calls and the sound of crashing waves pumping through the ship's speaker system.