Located in the Jungmun Tourist Area of Seogwipo City, the high-temperature lava from the volcanic eruption meets the cold sea water to form different sizes, or square or hexagonal stone pillars are piled up on the coast, which is unique and spectacular. This peculiar landform is the natural protection object of Jeju Island, suitable for viewing from a distance, and I can't help but admire the wonderful work of nature. In the past, this area was called "Jisatgae" in administrative divisions, so now this name is also retained, and these stone pillars are called "Jisatgae Rocks". It is also famous for turbulent waves hitting cliffs nearly 20 meters high and sea fishing.
The large columnar joint belts left by the volcanic activity separating Greenland and the European continent also show traces of volcanic flow and cooling. I actually came to the North Pole to look at the ice, the animals, and the flowers and plants, but when I saw these colorful and magnificent landscapes, I felt that the magic of nature was beyond my imagination!
Very good place and adventurous.
nice ocean view with sunny day