Chagwido Island: Jeju's Largest Uninhabited Island
Chagwido Island is one of the most beautiful islands in Jejudo Island. The view of this island is breathtaking and it looks like it is sinking underwater.
Legend has it that when a Chinese man Hojongdan saw Chagwido Island, he was worried that it might fight back against China. So he tried to leave but the God of Hallasan Mountain turned into a hawk and made his ship sink. That is how Chagwido Island got its current name.
Increasing numbers of tourists visit Chagwido Island every year in order to witness the famous magnificent view of the islands at sunset.
Chagwido Island is also famous as a fishing spot, so many fishermen and women favor this island since it has an abundance of fish. You can take a boat at the nearby Jagunae Port, for sightseeing or to enjoy the fishing.