This spot is one of the UNESCO Heritage places, however to enjoy its beauty you’d need to visit it on a sunny day. Unlikely, it was raining heavily and was foggy when I was there. Despite that, I enjoyed the trip and the place itself, besides it was fo free if you walk around. (you’d only pay for the entrance if you want to go up to the extinct volcano crater). Landscape was amazing and loked kind of alien. Eventually, I found this spot beautiful in any weather conditions.
This is also called Sunrise Peak. It is a crater with views from the overlook at the top edge of the crater, and a paved stairway/walkway up to the crater’s edge. My 4yo twins were able to hike up the trail to the top! The view was amazing at the summit! You can see the scenic coastline. I recommend to catch the 1pm haenyo or women divers’ show at the bottom (the left side trail) then go up the mountain. Amazing!