Seongsang Ilchubong (Sunrise Peak)
Seongsang Ilchubong (Sunrise Peak) Review
Formed from a volcano eruption, the 600 ft. high Sunrise Peak was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007 and is the perfect place to enjoy breathtaking sunrises. The jagged rocks lining the outer rim of the crater are said to resemble a king's crown. Be aware that the climb to the top is steep and challenging.
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