The Nuggets at Seopjikoji.
After climbing Seopjikoji or Seopji Hill, and following the nice stone fences, and the mulitude of Church Photographers, en route to the rather ordinary looking lighthouse, you will pass this wonder point, or as I call the Nuggets, because it looks like Nugget Point in my own New Zealand. But this point is actually called “seondol” or 'sticking out' in english.
Oh one point about the stone fences, as I said earlier most of them are for sheltering the road, but in the fields, they are shelterbelts sheltering succulents from the Jeju elements. So ithin these stonewalls, are field upon field of rape flower. A flower that Jeju is synonomous with. Around April every year, you can see brilliant rape flower fields from this road. And these rape flowers form a brilliant forground for a picture of SeongSan Peak in the bay.
Seopji Hill or Seopjikoji is located at the end of the eastern shore of Jeju-do island. “Seopji” is the old name for the area, and “Koji” is native Jeju dialect meaning a sudden bump on the land. At Seopjikoji, there are cliffs by the seashore, where there is not a single tree, only a large field of grass.