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Cliff near Songak-san
Cheju

Songak-San is most southern part of Jeju island, which has small port leads to Mara island. Songak-San is small hill, the height is Mara island is small but very famous for Korean, because it is the most southern part of Korea.

There are 15 artificial caves which were built in Japanese colony.

You can see Hyongje-sum(Brother's Island, two small rocks in the sea) , Sambang Hill (hyperbolic shaped in the distance)

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