Biyangdo Island, Jeju, South Korea. Biyangdo Island means an island that flew. It was created by a volcano eruption that took place about 1,000 years ago. It has a significant meaning in that it is the most recent evidence of volcanic activity. There are many things to see on this island, such as Biyangbong Peak, which has 6 peaks, 2 craters, and a rock that looks like a woman with a baby on her back. (Photograph taken 6 July 2009 by Dr. Jooyong Jay Lee, i-CoAST, Busan, Republic of Korea).

Biyangdo Island, Jeju, South Korea. Biyangdo Island means an island that flew. It was created by a volcano eruption that took place about 1,000 years ago. It has a significant meaning in that it is the most recent evidence of volcanic activity. There are many things to see on this island, such as Biyangbong Peak, which has 6 peaks, 2 craters, and a rock that looks like a woman with a baby on her back. (Photograph taken 6 July 2009 by Dr. Jooyong Jay Lee, i-CoAST, Busan, Republic of Korea).

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