Suh-Woo Peak. An elevation of 113.3m and 106m high peak. Known for its beautiful Suh-Woo Peak Sunrise Festival every year.
It's also a very historical place. It's the last battle field where the 'Sambyulcho' the Korea-dynasty soldiers resisted after escaping down to Gojae from Jindo.
After passing by Hamduck beach is where you'll meet Suh-woo Peak, a name that includes all of the Mang Oreum and Suhmo Peak area.
Here's the entry of going up to Suhwoo Peak. It gets very crowded around the new years with people up for sunrise watching.
Crystal clear water is exactly what you'll witness here at the Hamduck Beach. It's a visitor's favorite in the summer and ever since '2 days and 2 night' from KBS aired an episode here, it's now a popular summer spot.
Just a little way up and a whole new view of Hamduck Beach unravels. This picturesque scene that cost only a few steps high guarantees a beautiful and peaceful sight unlike Seoul's concrete jungle.
The well rounded roads are an easy walk for all ages.
On the way back down, take a few walks back to the Hamduck Beach. The walk down presents another dazzling view, hard to choose which one was better.
Jeju Island is also called by 'Sam-Da-Do' meaning it has plenty of women, wind, and rocks. The traces of the wind can be felt everywhere in the island, especially when seeing waves printed on the sand beaches by the wind's direction.
The waters become a brush and the sand beaches, a sketchbook for nature's grand art. Gazing out the landscapes will have you thinking of all sorts of words that express beauty. Beautiful, shimmering, colorful, wondrous, angelic, alluring, fascinating and more...Jeju Island's ocean views are hands down one of the greatest works you should never miss out.
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