This is the 7 Angels Bridge. The tale is that the Emperor would come down from Heaven with 7 angels and then bathe in the river.
This fountain had several different "heads, " each with a different meaning or purpose. The object was to stand in front of the head of the animal that possessed the quality you sought after and then toss a coin into the bag. If your coin landed in the bag then you would receive the animal's quality. All three of us stood in front of the Mallard Duck, which represented "love," and none of us were able to get the coin in the bag.
This is a ginseng factory. Apparently, ginseng is extremely hard to find with excellent health benefits, therefore it is very expensive! A very small bottle of ginseng was about $500!
This was probably our favorite part of Jeju Island. We walked around this coastline for about an hour, and even though it was pouring down rain it was absolutely beautiful. Jeju Island is famous for it's women divers (who dive to search for seafood) and we got to see them at work cleaning their finds.