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Keunsaseumi Oreum Volcanic Cone

Keunsaseumi Oreum Volcanic Cone, Where Deer Used to Run and Play

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Keunsaseumi Oreum Volcanic Cone’s foot touches the foot of Soroksan Volcanic Cone, and has steep slopes stretching between east and west. The crater at the peak appears to be horseshoe-shaped with the opening in the north because the peak area is covered in a forest. Near the peak area is a 55m deep circular crater located between the two peaks in the east and west. The inner slopes of the crater grow a forest of pine trees and Japanese cedars, while the sunny area around the peak is rich in azaleas and the slope on the opposite side is covered in grass. The foot of the volcanic cone is dotted with wild rosebushes, partly forming swamps. The name Soroksan is derived from the figure of the volcanic cone, which looks like a deer. The bigger cone is called Daeroksan Volcanic Cone or Keunsaseumi Oreum Volcanic Cone, while the smaller one is called Soroksan Volcanic Cone or Jokeunsaseumi Oreum Volcanic Cone.