The Gosan-ri area, which is part of the Global Geoparks Network, various Geo Trails, and Suwolbong Peak, offers visitors a high level of geological adventure as well as historical/cultural values. The Archaeological Site in Gosan-ri, Korea’s oldest Neolithic cultural heritage, is said to be a link between the Upper Paleolithic Era and the Early Neolithic Era and research data from here offers scientists valuable information about the early Neolithic culture of Northeast Asia. The villages of the Bronze and Iron Ages exist in Samyang-dong. See first-hand the food, clothing and shelter of the ancient people and tool production process in the largest village relics. Take advantage of this open year-round and free historic site. To learn more about the mysterious life of the ancient people, visit Samseonghyeol from which the three Gods, progenitor of Tamna Kingdom, are said to have come, and Honinji Pond, where the three gods and three princesses had a wedding ceremony.
▸ Jeju Gosan-ri Prehistoric Site Exhibition Hall: 1100, Noeulhaean-ro, Hangyeong-myeon, Jeju-si
▸ Samyang-dong Prehistoric Site: 13, Seonsa-ro 2-gil, Jeju-si
▸ Samseonghyeol : 22, Samseong-ro, Jeju-si
▸ Honinji Pond: 39-22, Honinji-ro, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si