The grounds are HUGE! It felt like a nature forest walk, a geography and history field trip all rolled into one.
I don't know if it's windy there all the time, but when we were there, it was freezing when the wind blew when we were in the shade.
We had a tour guide who explained the various rock features and how/why people carved the stones for use in the past. But honestly, I was bored after awhile. This place had rocks/stones galore. Considering that there are so many other things to see/do in Jeju, I would give this place a miss.
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