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Dragon Head Rock
4.3/5
2,444 Reviews
Geological Sites
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 Island
4.6/5
1,668 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
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.
Seongsan IIchulbong
4.6/5
2,135 Reviews
Mountain
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Seongsan IIchulbong is 182 meters above sea level. Atop the mountain is a volcanic crater measuring 600 meters in diameter and is 90 meters deep. Surrounded by the sea, Seongsan Ilchulbong is a popular weekend destination for many locals. They like to climb to the top of the hill to take in the stunning rural scenery and the beauty of the nearby coastline. There are great grassy lawns spread across the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong which are suitable for either strolling or horseback riding. Every year on the day before and after New Year celebration, the Seongsan Sunrise Festival is held on Seongsan IIchulbong. This is a grand celebration of unique folk culture.
Teddy Bear Museum
4.4/5
1,939 Reviews
Museum
The Teddy Bear Museum has a collection of limited edition teddy bears from all over the world. The various murals at the entrance of the museum are all based on teddy bears. The museum is divided into indoor and outdoor sections. On the 1st floor, the history museum introduces the major historical events in the creation of teddy bears as a phenomenon. There are also many teddies dressed up in historical costume or as famous historical figures. In the galleries on the 2nd floor, there's a Teddy dressed up in traditional Korean court wear, and a 125-karat gold Teddy set with precious gemstones. Teddy's Forest is a theme park located outside the museum. The museum has fast food restaurants, cafés and bars.