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Yongmeori, an undulating geologic treasureJeju photography by Douglas MacDonald (Flickr.com/photos/dmacs_photos)
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Yongmeori, or Dragon Head Cliff, is located along the coastline of Mt. Sanbang in the southwest of the island. It is one of nine Jeju sites certified by the Global Geopark Network. Geologically it is part of a tuff ring caused by basic volcanic activities; there are noticeably different volcanic layers of ash from several volcanic eruptions that flowed in different directions. A popular tourist attraction for its undulating cliff walls and scenic views of the ocean, it is part of Olle trail No. 10, which is ranked fourth overall by The Weekly’s own Steve Oberhauser.





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