#1 Ungyeonjodae Along the West Coast from Julpo to Gomso, let’s encounter boats floating on the bay, night fishing lights reflecting in the water, and fishermen singing Cheongnyangga with fishing rods around them. #2 Jiksopokpo Falls Nestled in the heart of Naebyeonsan Mountain, Jiksopokpo Falls is recognized as the best spot in the Byeonsan area. There is an old saying: “You cannot mention Byeonsan without visiting Jiksopokpo Falls and Junggyegyegok Valley.” #3 Sosamojong Situated below Gwaneumbong Peak, the historical old Naesosa Temple overlooks the blue waters of Gomsoman Bay and is jam-packed with tall trees. A tranquil and peaceful setting mingled with the sound of bells ringing in the dark is beyond description. #4 Wolmyeongmuae Wolmyeongam Hermitage is reputed as a great place to watch the moon rising. It is also recommended to enjoy the early morning. Sun rays go through the misty haze and disperse the clouds. #5 Seohaenakjo he sunrise at Naksan and the sunset over the West Sea have long been famous. Standing at Nakjodae, look over Gogunsando Islands and Wido Island sprinkled over the ocean. You will also find a blazing sun diving into the water. #6 Chaeseokbeomju Eons of waves have sculpted rock formations and cliffs and have formed caves. These amazing natural wonders make Chaeseokgang Cliff the most stunning destination in Oibyeonsan. #7 Jiposingyeong Jiposingyeong refers to the vista of the ridges connecting peaks from the grave of Jipo Kim Gu as well as the sight of the West Sea that can be seen during a journey from Jipo through Ssangseonbong Peak. #8 Gaeamgojeok Located at the foot of Ulgeumbawi Rock, a landmark in Byeonsan, Gaeamsa Temple boasts a long history and splendid culture as a stronghold for the revival of Baekje by refugees. Ulgeumbawi Rock and Juryuseong Fortress have an air of majesty.