The Seven Sisters cliffs in New Haven, England, have a maximum distance of 195 meters from the sea, making them the perfect choice for tourists looking for excitement. In 2017, Hyewon Kim, a 23-year-old Korean student, jumped and photographed on the cliff side, and died unfortunately. However, tourists still carry out their own "travel with life" concept, regardless of the number of tourists running to the edge of the Seven Sisters cliff to take pictures.
Because of the severe erosion and weathering of the sea, the Seven Sisters cliffs collapse on average twice a year. If calculated by distance, about 50-60 cm of mountains collapse each year. At the Seven Sisters cliffs, people accidentally fall or are blown down by high winds every year, but more and more people come to take pictures.