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Historic Park of Geojedo P.O.W. Camp

A P.O.W. camp was completed on a site of about 10 million m2 around Gohyeon, Suwol, and Yangjeong areas on November 27, 1950. Up to 173,000 prisoners of war including 150,000 North Korean soldiers, 20,000 Chinese soldiers, and 3,000 women soldiers and militias were encamped. With the signing of truce on July 27, 1953, the camp was closed. A park was constructed to recreate the everyday life of prisoners of war based on the material and record of the time. The diorama hall that vividly portrays the camp at the time is a must see.


Located in the middle of Geojedo island, the height of this mountain is 566m above sea level. At the top of the mountain is a place called Uisangdae, which was supposed to be a site of temple built by Monk Uisang. Also in the mountain are Bulimunbawi(gate rock), Janggunbawi(general rock), Geobukbawi(turtle rock), Janggipanbawi(chess board rock). Also, the wreck of communication tower for the P.O.W. Camp used during the Korean War remains.

Dongbak Island Jisimdo

Located in Jisepo-ri, Ilun-myeon, Geoje. The area is about 0.36㎢, and the coastline is 3.7km long. 15 households moved to the island during the reign of King Hyeonjong of Joseon Dynasty. During the Japanese colonial era, it was considered a strategic point and 1 company was stationed here. After the independence in 1945, people moved here again and 40 people in 14 households live here. This place can be developed into a very attractive tourist attraction.
In the coast, fresh seafood such as abalone, sea cucumber, sea squirt, and seaweed are harvested.

Hakdong Mondol Beach

This beach belongs to Hakdong-ri, Dongbu-myeon, Geoje. Its name originated from its shape of flying crane. The scenery of the 1.2km long 50m wide beach with the area of 30,000 ㎢ covered by pebbles called Mongdol is unique. This beach is also famous for camellia habitat, which was designated as Natural Monument No. 233, along the 3km long beach.
About 20cm long, colorful fairy pitts come in June, breed here and then leave in Sept.
Camellia flowers start to bloom in February and they are in full bloom in mid March. In the spring and fall, tourists come to see Haegeumgang and Hallyeo National Marine Park.

Located at San 109 Wahyeon-ri, Ilun-myeon, Geoje, this island is covered by a camellia forest with the area of 12,000m2. The island is home to more than 3,000 plant species including many subtropical plants, such as cactus, palm tree, gazania, sunshine, eucalyptus, bottlebrush bush, New Zealand flax, and agave. It is so beautiful that it is called a paradise in Korea. The coastline is 2.3km. The island has an observation deck, a sculpture park, an outdoor stage, and other facilities for relaxation. The dinosaur cave, dinosaur rock, and dinosaur footprints in the island are designated as cultural assets by Gyeongsangnam-do. And fishing spots around the island make a trip to this island more fun.

Passing by Waheon san beach and going deep inside, you will reach Yegu village. Climbing up a small mountain, Naedo welcomes You. Gonggogi is the edge of the mountain facing Naedo.
A couple worked together to create a terraced paddy field. Stones are stacked on the steep land to grow plants and it's a victorious site of a challenge.
Uner the thick forest, passing through the stone walls, there's the beach full of round gravels in front of you.
The reason why Mondols are shiny may be because sea animal passing through primitive forests and swimming in the blue sea had rubbed them litte by little.

Yeocha-Hongpo Beach

Of the scenic beauties created by small and large islands around Hallyeo waterway near Geoje, the 3.5km section from Yeocha Pebble Beach in Nambu-myeon to Myeongsa Beach is the best. The view of Dadaedo(island) shrouded in sea mist and the views of sunrise and sunset enchant and charm the visitors. Natural beauties are well preserved along the road and many people frequent this road. Famous for their clean water and natural beauty, Yeocha Pebble Beach and Myeongsa Beach are favored summer vacation spots.

Wind Valley/Sinseondae
when we come down to the north at a comer going to Haegeumgang after passing Hammok, we can see a fishing village Dojangpo like a picture and can see 'Windy Hill' as a watercolor when we raise our head. when we stand by an observatory in the south of a road after going up the hill, there is where we become a wizard who looks out over sea. It's name 'Sinseondae'.
'Windy Hill' is a hill covered by belts. Thus, it's old name was 'Ttibatneul'. It is where sea wind always meets visitors since there is long extended clean sea area around there. It makes a wonderful view with blue sea, guls, Hakdong Black Pearl Mongdol Beach and Susan Village from a distance. It also comes to the spotlight as a drama photographing place since sea is well-harmonized with the hill.
Geoje Haegeumgang

Located about 500m off the south shore of Haegeumgang village in Galgot-ri, Nambu-myeon, Geoje. Haegeumgang consisting of two islands belongs to Hallyeo National Marine Park. It was designated as Scenic Beauty No. 2 in 1971. It is also called Galdo because its shape resembles arrowroots. But the name Haegeumgang is used more often. It is 116m high above sea level and about 0.1㎢ wide. An inscription of Seobulgwacha, which means Seo Bul visited here to search eternal youth herbs for Emperor Shi of Chin Dynasty of China, is left in the island. As this island has abundant herbs, it is also called Yakchoseom meaning herb island. The best scenic beauties include Sipjadonggul(cross shaped cave), which reveals itself during the low tide, Sajabawi(lion shaped rock), and Ilwonbong for its fantastic sceneries of sunrise and moonrise.

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