|The church set from "All In" at Seopjikoji Hill|
|View of the coastline at Seopjikoji Hill|
Straight after that was another hike at a the Seongsun Sunrise Peak. Essentially it's a crater shaped mountain that is truly amazing if you get to see it from above. Going up is quite a hike though. Since we really didn't expect all these physical activities, we became exhausted easily. At the base of the mountain is a huge field and at one part of the coast, you can climb down to a spot where there's female diver performances at certain times. All this was quite an exercise but also refreshing as the weather was breezy. The visit ended just in time for lunch where we had a sort of sardine in tomato-centered Korean meal. It was quite good though, spicy. We even packed the leftovers in case we want more helpings of it.
|View from one of the stops on the way up Seongsun Sunrise Peak|
|This cove is where you can catch the Women's Diver performance|
|One of the houses on display at the Jeju Folk Village|
We next went to the infamous Mysterious Road, a seemingly uphill road where objects moves upwards defying gravity. At the start of the road, our bus stopped its engine to see the magic happen. We then stepped down to take a closer look. This is more of a gimmick as it's actually an optical illusion. It actually isn't an uphill road, just that the surrounding environment makes it look like it is. Our next stop was the Teddy Bear museum. I'm quite baffled as to why Korea had all these weird museums like the Trick Art and Teddy Bear museum. If I'm not mistaken, they don't even make teddy bears in Korea. More or less, in Jeju island. Inside the museum you can expect the many many number of teddy bears represented in different sceneries from safari, everyday life and famous figures. We ended the day with dinner at a restaurant near Dragon Rock.
|A car moving without its engine on at Mysterious Road|
|The many displays of teddy bears at the Teddy Bear Museum|
Update: Here's Day 4