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Ttarabi Oreum Volcanic Cone

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Noksan-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do

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There are a total of three craters in this volcanic cone. Many big and small peaks in sleek ranges create a neat line. The gravestones nearby read either Jijoak or Jiongak, or Darabi or Ttarabi.

There is no record of the name Jijoak in any of the old maps; they are all named Darabi. The word Ttarabi comes from its resemblance as a daughter of its neighboring Moji Oreum Volcanic Cone. The name Ttarabi comes from its resemblance of a husband and a wife following each other, as it is next to the smaller Moji Oreum Volcanic Cone. Ddaraebi comes from Moji Oreum Volcanic Cone, Jangja Oreum Volcanic Cone, and Saekki Oreum Volcanic Cone. It is like the head of a household, and so it was called Ttaaebi at first, but later misrepresented as Ttaerabi.

Ddaharebi(1988) comes from the resemblance of a housewife and her father-in-law. Ddarabi is its original name, where the “Dara” is a derivation of the ancient word Daleul, or Dal from the Goguryeo Dynasty which means “high”. “Bi” is a derivation of a Jeju dialect suffix “Mi,” so together with its Goguryeo Dynasty’s interpretation, the name Ddarabi Darabi equals Darami, which means “high mountain.” The name was later spoken as Ttarabi, Ttarahabi, Ttangharabi, which when made into Chinese characters earned the name Jijoak.


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