Lots to see everywhere: “Jongdal-ri” <Town at the end of Jeju>
Jongdal-ri is a town at the eastern end of Jeju. It is also called “Jimi.” which means “tail of the land.” Dumo-ri?a town in Hankyung-myeon at the western end of Jeju?is considered the head part of the land. Located farthest from Hallasan Mountain, this town has many things to offer. There’s the Yongnooni Oreum that was loved by the late photographer Kim Yeong-gap, as well as the ocean road filled with the sight of blooming hydrangea in the summertime. The town’s name, “Jongdal,” also means “mastery.” Jongdal-ri?the tail of the land, the town at the end of Jeju? incorporates all the native beauty of the Jeju island.
Operated by a Grandmother and Grandfather
Spring Dale Golf & Resort
Large Forests of Hinoki Cypress Line the Fairways
Jeju Culture and Art Center
A culture and art performance and exhibition hall operated by Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
Sinhyo Best Village
First-hand citrus experience programs
Arario Museum Dongmun Motel2
A contemporary art museum that introduces contemporary artworks from inside and outside of Korea and provides an artistic experience
Morai Oreum Volcanic Cone
Named for Its Resemblance to a Hat with a Broad Brim
Gallery2 Joongsun Nongwon
A mandarin orchard that was converted into an art space
Mukri Coast Port
Mukri Village's Small Port
One of Chuja's 10 Scenic Sites
Upper Chujado Island Harbor
Venue for the Yellow Corvina Festival
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