Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak has an altitude of 180m. It rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 5,000 years ago. While it used to be a volcanic island, it became connected to land as sand and gravel accumulated between the coast of the island and Sinyang Beach. Located on the eastern end of Jejudo Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak. The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m in depth.
In addition to the Elaeocarpus Reservoir in the natural valley that was designated as Natural Monument No. 163, it also has raspberries and other rare plants. There are chestnut trees, wild citron trees, and camellia trees on either side of the valley, creating a lush and abundant forest that is protected as Natural Monument No. 379.
The Jungmun Tourism Complex is full of crashing waves and stacked rocks. Jusangjeolli is located on the eastern side of this area, and it's where tourist can truly experience just how magnificent nature can be, which is why it has been designed Cultural Heritage Monument No. 50. Many claim that Jusangjeolli is striking enough to wash away even the most agonizing trials in life. The waves can reach up to 20m at their peak.
Seogwipo-si has a variety of natural landscapes and a mild climate and is known as cultural tourist site that was given to us by Mother Nature. The entire Jungmun-dong area was designated as an international tourist site in 1971, which has drawn many foreign tourists to this region. The Jungmun Tourism Complex, which is the largest in Korea, is a total vacation site located around the ocean surrounding Jungmun-dong at the end of the west side of the island. There are 7 luxury hotels, Pacific Land, Yeomiji Botanical Garden, golf range, Seon-Imgyo, natural waterfalls, and Jungmun Beach, making the area popular among even foreign tourists.