Today we went to Songak-san or Mt. Songak by bus from Jeju Bus terminal. We got ticket for 3000 won per person. When we reached at Moseulpo bus stop, we took a taxi and it cost us 5000 won going to Songaksan.
If you feel hungry or thirsty, don't worry. They have restaurants and convenience stores.
|See, behind me are the places that you can get something to eat or drink|
|The couple @ Mt. Songak|
송악산에서 볼 수 있는 상방산 그리고 자근 마을
The view of Mt. Sangbang and small village
near Sanbangsan from Mt. Songak
Ok~ here is the natural pose of me
holding my favorite Americano coffee before going up
바다도 하늘도 구름도 너무 예뻐요 ^^ 또 가 보고 싶당
The ocean, the sky and the cloud are so beautiful^^
They make me wanna go there one more
View while taking a walk
직접 가보면 정말 아름다움거기에 있는 동안 정말 천국에 있는 느낌인 듯
|When we got here, we could see Gapado and Marado Island|
|Beautiful coast view of Mt. Songak cliff|
|Coastal cliff of Mt. Songak|
You are not only walking up the hill to see the view around the mount,
but you can also enjoy horse-riding when you got to the peak.It'll cost you 5000 won
If you have watched Daejanggeum (Jewel in the Palace), I believe you might see this cave in the scene. In episode 54, Jang-geum finds a woman in labor inside the cave. She performs an operation that saves both the woman and her child. Jinjigul Cave is actually man-made. Aiming to use Jeju Island as an advance base to protect its mainland, the Japanese military excavated Jinjigul Cave in early 1945. An exhibition showing military equipment and everyday articles used by the Japanese military has recently been opened in the cave, and it is becoming a popular tourist attraction. I tried to go inside, but honestly it was quite scary. I have no idea exactly why? But yeah, it was dark, cold, SCARY!!!
Him in front of the Jinjigul caves
along the coastal cliffs of Mt. Songak
The Mountain actually has 17 caves,but I didn't capture all of them together