Which nature of Jeju island do you like, mountain, sea, or oreum?
It is nature of Jeju that is so beautiful that it is hard to choose any one!
The nature of Jeju has many new hidden attractions every time you go there. Many people should know about these beautiful and mysterious attractions.
So, I would like to introduce the oreum that I went to. This time, i’m going to introduce you to Eoseungsaeng Oreum, which is a small Mt. Halla among Jeju Oreum.
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Eoseungsaengak is named after the birth of a Eosungma which is a riding horse for kings. It is famous for its beautiful scenery as well as Mt. Halla.
Eosungsaengak is highly recommended for those who feel uncomfortable about climbing Mt. Halla.
The Information Center is located separately. Next to the Information Center, there is a trail for Eoseungsaengak oreum. In the trail, you can find out more about Mt. Halla.
There are many useful information such as the birth of Mt. Halla, formation and geological features. So, you can stop by before you go.
Eosungsaengak is a course with many stairs, but it is easy for men, women and children to climb up. It’s a good climbing route, so I’m going up slowly.
It’s really nice to see the trees all over the place stretched out into the sky. It’s amazing, and it’s wonderful to see the wonders of nature and plants.
You can see the snow is a little piled up. It’s slippery even if i step on it a little bit, so I’m going to step up slowly.
Since winter is here, I am taking pictures of the trees left behind by the branches. The four seasons of spring, summer, fall, and winter are different in charm.
If you are a person who likes climbing, you may have a favorite season, I really like the appearance of winter climbing.
I just arrived near the top of the Eosungsaengak. In Eosungsaengak, if the weather is clear, you can see the nearby Mt. Halla.
I saw it a little bit on the day, but I felt a little sad because there was a lot of fog. But it’s not difficult to climb up and see the beautiful scenery. It’s very nice and interesting.
The fresh air also makes the scenery look better! I feel like I’m having a big hole in my stomach, and all the stress is gone through that hole.
The moment i reach the top, whether it’s oreum or mountain, is the reason why i’m coming here even more.
Next to the Eosungsaengak Observatory is a cave camp. It’s called a military cave site built by the Japanese Empire. After losing control of the war, the Japanese army used Mt. Halla as a defensive position.
This cave camp monitored the U.S. troops landing on Jeju Island and looked all over Jeju Island. At that time, the Japanese army forced the local people to work and build a camp.
The inside of the camp is designed to hold five or six people at a time. It’s actually a place to go inside.
I was hoping to see the roe deer on the way down, but unfortunately I didn’t see it. There are roe deer living in Eosungsaengak, and you can sometimes see them if you are lucky.
I felt refreshed after visiting Oreum after a long time. I should visit Jeju Oreum more and often.