After andesitic volcanoes erupted 80 million years ago, the volcanic ashes and pyroclastics formed various rock formations. After many years of waves crashing on the rocks, the eroded sea cliffs, wave-cut platforms, and sea caves were formed to what is now called Yigi-dae Park. Visitors can enjoy a coastal walking course that leads to Oryudo Island as well as see various geological features and geomorphological landscapes.
- Address: Yongho-dong, Yeonje-gu, Busan
- Phone Number: +82-51-888-3636
- Operating Hours: Open 24 hr
- Closed: N/A (Open all year round)
- Admission Fees: Free