[Jeju From the Air] Baksugijeong Cliff and Keunkoji

“Baksu” means spring water and “gijeong” means cliff in the Jeju language. Put them together and you have the most magnificent 100+ meter-tall wall that stands like a natural fortress along the south coast and the sea.

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The port at Daepyeong is right at its base and from there you can admire Sanbangsan Mountain, Songaksan Mountain, Hyeongjaeseom Islet, and access the Sagye Coastal Road. Olle trails 8 and 9 connect here as well.

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