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Next to the Susan-ri reservoir stands a big pine tree. Measuring 10m in height and 4m in circumference, the big tree has four branches stretching out and the longest one measuring 26 m. The tree was planted at the foundation of the Susan-ri village. It is protected as a guardian tree for the town. The tree was named 'Gomsul,' after its look that is alike a polar bear drinking the reservoir in winter with snow on top. It is Jeju's Natural Monument #441.
It is a big Bille(flat and broad rock) of the Gueom Coast, where people used to evaporate the seawater to make salt. The salt Bille of Gueom-ri is as large as 1.2 acres. The entire area of Gueom-ri, Jungeom-ri, and Sineom-ri is called 'Eomjeng-yi,' possibly the shape of the rock or the name of the village 'yeom (salt) makers.' The salt farm starts at Soemeori Koji on the east of the iron rainbow in Gueom-pogu(port) and to Ot-yeo on the border of Jungeom-ri. It is where they used to make salt in the 1950s. Rocky salt produced in the Gueom salt field is not only thick but also great in taste and color and was very popular.
It is an artificial reservoir d in the Southeast of Susan-bong(peak). It was built in the 1960s by blocking the so-called Dapdan Yinae to produce foods. It is anglers’ favorite destination and Jeju residents often visit this place. It is also known as the Susan Amusement Park.
Mulme Oreum(small extinct volcano). It is a small oreum at 122m. With its beauty and gentleness, it was the also named 'Young-bong(peak).' When there's drought in Jeju, pastors come by to hold a ritual for rain. To the west of Susan-bong(peak), there are a military cemetery sitting the fallen heroe and a requiem temple.
It is a Jeju traditional lighthouse built with basalt. Fishers leaving at sunlighted it with fish oil at departure and put it out upon return. The original Shinum Dodaetbul existed until the 1960s and has been restored through historical research.
The spring water in the Jungeom-ri Coast is the drinking water for the Jungeoum Village. Because drawing water through the waves was too tight in winter, they built the breakwater in the 1930s. There is a plethora of water, and the seawater never permeates through the jetty.
It is where General Kim Tongjeong and Sambyulcho(the special capital defense unit) last fought the Yeomong allies in 273(King Wonjong's 14th year, Koryo Dynasty). There still are some parts the fortress and a lot of remains found such as a hinge, roof tile, ceramics, and pond site. It is today a historical education facility with Soonibi, Soonikmun, seven pictures of Hangmong Relic Painting, and a management office.