Monument for Navy Yeoungheung-do BattleShipnipo area was a site at the Korean war where the camp was installed to collect information for Incheon Landing Operation and played a role for its success. This milestone was established to commemorate the fourteen soldiers dead during the period.
Simnipo BeachBig sands and bean-sized pebbles stretch 1km along the beach, producing cool sounds when touched by the waves. Toward the back of the beach, there is forest of Korean hornbeam tree, the only place of such group of trees in Korea.
Jangkyeongni BeachTo the west of the island spreads Jangkyeongni Beach, with a length of 1.5km. Behind the beach stands a pine forest, per-fect for camping. In summer, the sun sets right in the middle of the beach, creating a magnificent scene.
Tongilsa TempleLocated at the foot of Guksabong Peak, Tongilsa Temple was built for the people displaced by the Korean War. In autumn, reeds cover the whole mountain to create beautiful scene against the sea.
Energy ParkIt consists of outdoor field course, ecological pond, playground for kids and outdoor concert hall with the theme of eleven renewable energies, which makes popular among family audiences.( Admission is free)
Mokseom IslandMokseom Island is an uninhabited island right in front of Seonjaedo Island. At low tide, visitors can easily cross over to Mokseom Island on foot. Unlike other grounds connecting islands, which are mudflats, the path to Mokseom Island is sandy. The snowy landscape during winter is truly mystical.
Cheukdo IslandLocated west of Seonjae-ri, Cheukdo Island is separated from Seonjaedo Island at high tide and connected as one at low tide. The island has beautiful coastline where visitors can enjoy fishing.