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Located in the north of Jeju Island, Jeju City is the seat of government of the Jeju Special Self-Governing Province. This famous South Korean travel destination sits in the northern foothills of Hallasan, the highest mountain in South Korea. Jeju City's tourism industry is extremely developed because of its location as a transportation hub. Major tourist attractions within the city include the volcano Seongsan IIchulbong (“Sunrise Peak”); Samsungheyol, where the mythical demigod founders of Jeju emerged from the earth; and Hallasan National Park.
Seated in the seaside of Yongdam-dong in the center of Jeju, the Dragon Head Rock is shaped like a dragon from mythology. It was formed in the sea from lava that erupted from the crater of Hallasan, and looks like a dragon's head. The part of the Dragon Head Rock above the sea surface is more than 10 meters high, and the part under the sea is about 30 meters. Not far from here is the Dragon Pool. The scenery surrounding the Dragon Head Rock at the full moon is highly praised.
Udo (literally 'cow island') is a small island situated to the east of Jeju Island in South Korea. The island was named after its shape, which resembles a cow lying down. In addition to visiting the island's summit, visitors can also enjoy spectacular views from eight different scenic spots.
Located on the coast between Jungmun and Daepo-dong, Seogwipo, Jeju Island, the Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when the lava from Hallasan Mountain poured into the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes. Walking up to the cliffside, watch the towering Daepo Jusangjeolli Cliff on the sea, with clear seawater beating against the neatly arranged stone pillars, stirring up white sea spray.
The majestic Hallasan Mountain is located in the center of Jeju Island. It was said to be high enough to touch the Milky Way. The park contains a wide range of rare flora and fauna and geological formations. It was designated as a national park in 1970 and is surrounded by hundreds of volcanoes.