A Volcanic cone in defiance of natural laws
Geoseunsaemi Oreum is easily accessible from the farm opposite of Songdang Farm. The name “Geoseunsaemi” comes from a fountain at the western slope of the Oreum.
As the stream (Yongcheon) from the fountain flows toward the Halla Mountain, as opposed to the sea, the fountain is called Geoseunsaemi (fountain in a reverse direction).
It is one of the handful of such “reverse” fountains among the parasitic cones of the island.
Savor the comfort of Jeju on the summit
In the Joseon Period, Jatdam(the brick wall) divided two Oreums like the boundary, and people still call the inner part of the ranch ‘Andol Oreum’ and the outside ‘Batdol Oreum’.
This is a different Oreum from Batdol Oreum in the northeast.
The northeastern side of Andol Oreum features the “Dolhoregimul” and “Olroregimul” fountains.
The only natural forest in the Oreum exists at the foot of the Olroregimul fountain, while the summit itself is dominated by a wide field of grass.
The best cedar and hinoki trail Jeju has to offer
Min Oreum is named as such because of its round shape and lack of trees.
The southwestern side of the Oreum is relatively steep, while the northeastern side is shaped in the form of a horseshoe with a gentle slope, the two peaks facing each other to form a crater.
The northeastern side is cut off, forming a small valley on the outer surface of the Oreum with a large forest of deciduous and evergreen trees.
The Oreum is topped with a large field of grass.