Bulgapsan, Bulgapsa temple The name of Bulgapsa, standing on Bulgapsan Hill(516m), may be born of the fact that it was first built by Buddhist Monk Marananta who introduced Buddhism into Korea in the first year of King Chimryu in the Baekje Period(384). Beopseongpo was also changed from
Songi IslandIt is called Songi Island as its shape resembles an ear of human and there are many pine trees and in the island. Pebble (mongstone) beach located before the village, produces unusual scenery as soft and round shape of pebble created by sea wave for long period of time, go for about 1km. It was once designated top-100 beautiful island by Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries in year of 2003, and at Gyema port of Hongnong-eup, passenger ship is operated once a day.
Baeksu Coastal RoadIt is a costal road which is 16.8km long starting from Giryong-ri, Baeksu-eup, Yeonggwang-gun until it meets Sukgumi-maeul, Baegam-ri and it’s the representative driving course of the West Coast that produces a wonderful scenery with strange rocks, vast mud flat, and beautiful sunset.