Located 17㎞ south of Jindo Island in the southwestern tip of the Korean peninsula, Gwanmaedo Island is part of the Dadohae National Park. With excellent beaches, rocky cliffs and boulders, mountains, pine forests, hiking trails, delicious sea foods, traditional villages, and friendly locals, the island is recognized as one of the most scenic islands in the region. Moreover, its location serves as a gateway to many other smaller, remote islands. Island History Gwanmaedo Island had been called Bolmae Island until 1914.


Hapjeong-dong Café Street is lined with charming and pretty cafés, creating a peaceful environment. The cafés are almost all individually owned, with each shop giving off its own unique aura, following the style of the owner. Enjoy the delicious desserts and well prepared coffees at the café of your choosing.