From the small bus station in Haenam, a couple friends and I took a local bus to Ttangkkeut. Also called Tomal, which means "the Edge of the Land" in Korean, it is considered the southern-most location on the South Korean mainland. Most of the others who also got off here were all geared up for some hiking.
Before we did a little hiking, we first walked on the pier of this fishing village. Most of the boats we saw were on the smaller side.
|Note the two police boats, including the cute little one on the left.|
Out on the pier, we had a good view of the Korea Straights along with the observatory on Sajabong Peak. I liked the small rocky outcropping with the small trees.