Geoje Haegeumgang, the cross-shaped sky which is opened over the sea
The cross-shaped sky which is opened over the sea
The length of the coastline of which is the longest in Korea
forms a magnificent sight as long as the meandering shoreline is.
At the end of the southeast of the Geoje Island,
the Geoje Haegeumgang is situated.
Geoje Haegeumgang Scenic Site No. 2
Geoje Haegeumgang is an approximately 100-meter-high
uninhabited island is constructed of 3 islands.
The southeast part of the island is the
cliff of the high and hewn-out rocks
and is called the "Second Haegeumgang," or "Geoje Haegeumgang"
as if the scenery resembled that of Mountain Geumgang.
In the middle of the island, there is a narrow seaway in the four cardinal directions, which is the product of wave erosion for quite a long time.
Here, you are able to see the open sky with a "cross" shape.
At the end of Geoje Island,
one meets the cross-shaped sky opened by the sea