|Ttangkkeut Village (땅끝 관광지)|
|This area is famous as it is on the very tip of the Korean peninsula, located in Galdu-ri of Songji-myeon. This is where Baekdusan Mountain ends reaching the tip of the peninsula. Many people visit the area so they can say they’ve stepped on the end of the land and it has long become a prime destination in Haenam.
At the summit of Sajabong peak there is an observatory that stands 38m high. From the observatory you can get a full viewing of the Dalmasan Mountain in the north while in the east, fishing vessels can be seen skirting deftly on the surface of the sea. Atop the summit of Sajabong peak, there is a restored old beacon (Bonghwadae) which in the past was strategically located to warn of approaching Japanese ships. In the village proper, the area known as Ttangkkeut Village (땅끝마을), special events take place to celebrate the end of year and the first day of the New Year, which also draws many tourists to the area from all over the country.
|Ttangkkeut Village Observatory: 09:00-18:00|
|Facility Utilization Fees|
Adults: Individual 1,000 won / Group 700 won
Youths: Individual 700 won / Group 500 won
Children (ages 7 and up): Individual 500 won / Group 300 won
* Group: 20 people or more
* Free admission:
Seniors (ages 65 or older) and Infants (ages 6 or younger), People with disabilities
Monorail (First train: 08:00/Last train: 19:30)
* One-way tickets
Adults: 3,000 won / Youths: 2,000 won / Children (ages 3 and up): 1,000 won
* Round-trip tickets
Adults: 4,000 won / Youths: 3,000 won / Children (ages 3 and up): 2,000 won
* Round-trip tickets for groups (30 people or more)
Adults: 3,500 won / Youths: 2,500 won / Children (ages 3 and up): 1,500 won
Seoul Bus Terminal or Seoul Central City Bus Terminal.
Take an intercity bus to Haenam Bus Terminal.
From Haenam Terminal, take a bus bound for Ttangkkeut Village.
(06:30-21:10, 1 hour intervals/ Travel time: 50min)