The scenery of setting sun at this volcanic cone is comparable to the view of the sunset at Sarabong Volcanic Cone. At the observatory located at the peak of Suwolbong Peak, visitors can see Chagwido Island, Songaksan Mountain, Dansan Mountain, and Jukdo Island in one glance, and can even observe Songaksan Mountain with binoculars. Suwolbong holds a legend called Nokdumul that tells of a story of a brother and sister’s love for their parents. According to the legend, the siblings, Nokgo and Suwol, were collecting 100 different herbs to cure their mother’s sickness, but weren’t able to find the last herb, Acanthopanax senticosus. When they learned that the last herb grew on Suwolbong Peak’s cliff, Suwol, the sister, climbed the cliff to harvest it.