Ttarabi Oreum – The word Ttarabi came from Ttang ( land in Korean ) Grandfather, and thus it is also written as Jijoak. This oreum casts a spell on visitors with its curvy ridge lines, created by the three overlapping craters in the middle of the oreum.
Especially, in the fall, the flame grass of Ttarabi is known to make this oreum the most beautiful one of all 368 oreums in Jeju. Therefore, unlike the name ” Land Grandfather “, it is sometimes called the ” Queen of Oreum “.
The crater is in the shape of a horseshoe, and the trace of lava flow that creates the north hill together create wavy lines of the ridge, which makes the oreum look like it’s swimming in the water
*Operating Hours : Always
*Admission Fees : Free