7 Geologically Significant Sites that Made Jeju a UNESCO Global Geopark
Jeju gained UNESCO Global Geopark status in 2010 due to its landscapes of international geological significance. Here is a look at the key sites.
A Buddhist temple and cultural heritage in Sinhyo-dong, Seogwipo City
Seongsan Canola Flower Cultivation Area
A yellow field of canola near Seongsan Sunrise Peak, Gwangchigi Beach
Bali Oreum Volcanic Cone
A Volcanic Cone That Looks Like a Wooden Rice Bowl
Saemi Oreum Volcanic Cone
Where Pine Trees and Japanese Cedar Form a Forest
Pagunbong Volcanic Cone (Bagumji Oreum Volcanic Cong)
Named for Its Basket-like Shape
A Place Where Jeonguihyeongam Took Care of His Government Work. Designated as City/Province-Designated Monument 7
Images of Jeju Island are shared at this gallery which specializes in exhibiting the photographic work of Jeju and emerging artists
Utbam Oreum Volcanic Cone (Utbamaegi)
Home to a Spring That Does Not Dry Out Even During a Drought
Changing Rooms and Other Convenient Facilities
Jigeuri Oreum (Jokeunjigeuri)
Formed From a Natural Forest on Elegant Grassy Slopes
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