Jusangjeolli Cliff of Jungmun
Besides visiting a lava cave we visited a lava cliff while on vacations in Jeju island. Jusangjeolli Cliff of Jungmun as formed when the lava from Mt.Hallasan erupted into the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes and almost seem as if stonemasons had carved them out.
It was extremely hot afternoon and this was our last stop before heading back to the hotel for the day. Tiger girl was getting exhausted from all the walking and insisted on being carried all the time at this place of interest.
You can see how rectangular the column are in this shot. I think that it must look really magnificent during sunset. It’s a pity that we were not able to watch the sunset there that day.
It was really interesting to see the waves crashing onto the lava cliff. There was even a speedboat tour below which allowed tourist to go up and close to the lava cliff. They weren’t allowed to climb up to the cliff and examine the rocks itself though. I think it would be awesome to walk on it and take a picture if it was possible.