Turi's lonely rock is the Independent Rock. It stands at sea level. At noon, there are a lot of tourists, all in groups, and there are booths for taking souvenir photographs like domestic scenic spots. There are shops selling drinks and snacks, as well as this kind of unattended self-service sales. A bag of 1,000 won oranges is 6 yuan, which is super cheap. We picked out a bag and it tasted good. We never bought such cheap oranges in Jeju Island after that. Other information: 1. Independent Rock Scenic Spots do not accept tickets, most of them are Korean people to play, the weather is good or very lively. 2. It should be noted that there are two entrances (both written in Korean on the top and can't understand it). The two entrances are only about 50 meters apart. One entrance down is a platform for tourists to view the stone of Independent Rock. The other entrance down is an occasional path to the edge of the cliff. There are few people and the scenery is more beautiful. 3. From Xiguipu, you can take a taxi of 3,500 to 4,000 won. Bus 700 can reach Sanmeifeng Station. It takes 15 minutes to walk. When you return to Xiguipu, you can take 800 buses from the platform at the entrance of scenic spots to Xiguipu. We stayed at the Ocean Palace Hotel in Xiguipu, 2 kilometers away from Independent Rock, 3 minutes'drive. We walked for more than half an hour. We suggested that we take a taxi.