Udo island is an island at the east end of Jeju island. It is called Udo because its shape resembles that of a cow that is lying down or sticking out its head. The circumference of Udo island is 17 km and located about 3.8 km far from Seongsanport. There are about 700 houses and 1,800 residents who live on farming and fishing. Udo island is the biggest island among the many islands that surround Jejudo island – its land is furtile, it has abundant fishing farms, and its a great to place to visit. Udo island can also give you the impression that you are seeing a miniaturized Jeju island when you see Jeju women divers, stone streets, stone tombs and very similar traditional culture and natural environments.
Udobong Peak is called “Someori Oreum” (Cow’s head in English) because of its shape. This is found at the southernmost tip of Udo island.
At the top of Udobong Peak, you can see the entire Jeju island including Seongsan Sunrise Peak. In northern Jeju island, in order to protect the natural environment and promote tourism, two of the habor areas and the seashore area have been designated as Udo Maritime Park
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