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A Maze that Typifies Jeju’s Stones, Wind, and Women
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The black basalt stones surrounding the volcanic cone, fused with the scent from Bijarim Forest, forms a view unique to Jeju Island. Miro Park (translates to Maze Park) is designed so that it reminds visitors of the three things that are said to be plentiful on Jeju Island: stones, wind, and women. There are attractions such as puzzles and a maze gallery, and a 3D video about the history of mazes.
Deokcheon Palja Choagil Path
A recommended walking path near the Deokcheon-ri Village farming experience area
Geumnyongsa Temple, located in Gimnyeong-ri in the eastern part of Jejudo, is naturally the perfect place for meditation, where flat rocks and pine trees create a picture of a yellow dragon and a blue dragon in harmony.
Dorimi Oreum Volcanic Cone
Rest Your Mind While Walking Along the Ridges of This Volcanic Cone
Gamsugul stone wall paths
The eastern plains of Jeju are a good spot for walking
Sonji Oreum Volcanic Cone
Che Oreum Volcanic Cone, Preserving Natural’s Original Shape
Seonjoki Oreum Volcanic Cone (Alseonjoki)
A Place with Charmingly Beautiful Ridges
Saint Four Country Club
An Eco-friendly Golf Course Totaling 7,550 yards among Sea, Sky and Forest
Jongdal Gomangnandol Shelter
When you travel along the Jongdal Coastal Road and reach Hado Beach, you will find the Gomangnandol Shelter. This relatively hidden spot is easy to miss if you’re driving quickly.
Korea Natural Monument No. 98
Ipsanbong (Satgat Oreum Volcanic Cone)
A Resting Place for the Deceased