Udo 우도, 牛島 Attraction
AddressGosumul-gil, Udo-myeon, Jeju-do
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Price / FeeAdult: 1000 won, Students: 500 won
Situated off the eastern coast of Jeju Island, Udo Island was named because it resembles a lying cow. It boasts fertile soil, abundant schools of fish, and scenic sights; local heritages (female divers, stone walls, and stone tombs) as well as natural attractions abound on the island, making it a miniature of Jeju Island. The island is also full of amenities and tourism outlets: fishing, bike trails, sand massages, submarine tours and cruises.
Questions and Tips
Opening hours and best time to visit Udo?
Bike rental: 1 hour 2,000 won / 3 hours 5,000 won
Speed Boat: 10,000 won per person
Hiking 3km beachside road: Seobinbaeksa Beach-Jeonheungdong Pavilion/Lighthouse-Hagosudong Beach–Geommeolle Beach-Dongangyeonggul Cave
Hiking 2km Udobong Peak: Udobong Peak-Deungdae (Lighthouse) Museum-Jiducheongsa-Jeonjingwansan Mountain
Information & Tips about Udo?
Udo (island) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaUdo, (also called U-island, since do means island) is located on the northeast of Seongsan-ri, 3.5 kilometres (2.2 miles) off the coast of Jeju, South Korea. This is the largest of the islands included in Jeju-si. Udo, literally "Cow Island" in Chinese, has this name because it looks like a cow lying down. The whole of Udo is a lava plateau and a fertile flatland where major agricultural products such as sweet potatoes, garlic, and peanuts are produced. There is a parasitic cone, called shoi meori oreum,in the southeast.
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#04 (Guide) to Udo Island 우도 ~ Sheryl BellaThere are 3 main beaches on Udo Island. Seobinbaeksa also known as the white beach has a reason behind the given name. The secret charm of this beach is the white sand. The sand is not common sand but small pieces and grains of rhodolith (red algae). People often mistaken that the sand at the beach was made of coral pieces and grains. It is actually composed of rhodolith that is floated from the sea beds.