Climb up Shopji Hill following Basalt Stone Fences
This is me standing on the top of Shipji Hill or point with the dramatic Seong san or Sunrise Peak behind me. directly behind my person is a rock wall, one of the many ubquitous walls that are all over the Island.
These walls often demarcate not only houses and their Madang or Courtyards, they are often also used to shelter paths (Walls of both sides) jeju is somewhat windy you see. But most commonly you will see these walls demarcating boundaries and providing shelter as shelter belts for non wind hardy crops.
Anyway Shipji Hill is a great stroll. You will find thousands of korean people making the hike. At first I thought that they were going for the view or to see the nuggets at Shipji Point, or perhaps to enjoy the fine stone walls, or even to scale the stairs of the point lighthouse, but alas I was wrong. At the top of this hill there is a small church. It was the infact the church a famous Korean 'TV' couple get hitched. Everybody goes in their multitudes to photograph themselves there.
Hmmmmm. But who am I to Judge.