Tongyeong Day 2 – Somaemuldo

[Travel in March/April 2019]

(Continue from the last post) After slightly more than 1 hour, we arrived Somaemuldo…

Somaemuldo Terminal

Our ferry πŸ™‚
We walked up this path πŸ™‚
Oh remember good comfortable shoes!
Check out the map, we will hike over, and wait for the low tide (you must be wondering?) and cross the stone path to the lighthouse! πŸ™‚
There’s this very nice korean who share how we shld walk, and through out the hike, he had been really helpful to us, and many others!
Remind us, guide us – I have shared before and I really think Koreans really nice!
“one of the highest points” haha
I totally forget about the story of the stone island. haha!
Follow this path first, because you will return in another route!
beautiful, i really love to see such scenery!
really need to prepare easy and comfortable shoe.
Bring water too!
Look at the Lighthouse, yes, we will be there!
(if we are lucky for the low tide)
me in action haha :p
You see, you know you will walked up the steps later omg!
Everywhere is a photo opportunity! haha
I know it’s not very obvious, but there’s a stone path there, but because of the high tide, you can’t see a full stone path πŸ™‚
Here’s another view! πŸ™‚

There’s another korean whom so nice, that told us that we had to wait for another 1 hours for the tide to go lower. If our ferry is at 12, we will not able to make it, and it’s time to head back to the ferry terminal. Many of them headed back, but we proceed! πŸ™‚ YAY!

Waiting for our tide to go lower! πŸ™‚
We sat here, and had chips! πŸ˜€
Relaxing our legs haha. It’s really cold haha brr brr brrrrr~
my 网纒 friend!
The tide seems lower! πŸ™‚
Continue to take a little bit more photos first haha!


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2 thoughts on “Tongyeong Day 2 – Somaemuldo”

  • Hello,

    I will be visiting Maemuldo soon and am wondering if you could tell me about accomodation on the island. Were there any pensions? Was it even worth it or would you recommend another island? thanks!

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