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Traditional lighthouse of Jeju by stacking up the basalt rock. Fishers going out for fishing lighted with fish oil at night and turned it off in the morning with return.
The name of the Oreum originates its shape that looks like a deep water bottle. In fall, the Oreum turns into a purple flower garden. There are wildflowers like China pink, Meyendorf's aster, and Shiny mint.
In a horseshoe-shape, the crater looks away Tong Oreum as if they are turning their backs against one another. Many of families in the villages nearby the Dokja-bong have the only son and it is said the this phenomenon is affected by this Oreum.
The sandy beach is 0.8km in length and is 65 acres wide. It is a circular beach at the low tide and looks somewhat like a lake at the high tide. A myth goes: this beach used to be a deep-sea and the Namcho-got on the east used to be a big forest, but the Great Seolmundae Halmang cut off all the trees of the forest and filled the ocean to make this beach.
Photographer Kim Young Gap settled in Samdal-ri in 1997 and renovated an old school into a gallery in 2001. Until in 2003, when he passed away Lou Gehrig's disease, he kept on taking photographs of the beautiful Jeju and expressed his love for the island. The entrance fee is 4,500KRW.
81 acres of grassland on the coast of Shinpoong-ri and Shincheon-ri. It used to be a communal horse ranch, called 'Shincheon Majang,' but it is now a private property grazing cows. The farm boasts both the aqua blue ocean and green land, definitely a scenery original to Jeju. In Shinpoong-ri, 'Umung Abang Festival' which is traditional festival opens every year.