- Address Imrang-ri, Jangan-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan
- Tel 051-709-5448
Its name is said to have derived from it being the "beautiful pine forest" of the locals and the “silver waves" shining in the moonlight. The natural scenery here has been greatly praised, even in song, which mentions the moon over the lake and boats floating on the lake. It is considered to be one of the eight sights of the city. On the coast, white sandy beaches white like snow stretch over the distance of 1km. There are a lot of old pines along the white sandy beach, unfolding into a green forest. As a result, people in the past enjoyed boating with their loved ones while watching the moon and fishing in the crystal clear waters here. Today, this spot is a beautiful beach. The beach is known as a place of relaxation for local residents and visitors in the summer. It is not only a beach but also a place where you can enjoy natural beauty and fresh raw fish. Nearby are Jangan Temple, one of the four major historical temples of Gijang, and Myogwaneum Temple, where children can enjoy learning and relaxation together. It is a place suitable for relaxing with family or lover by passenger car. It is accessible from Busan by train journey on the Donghaenambu Line (alight at Wolnae Station), as well as by car, offering visitors a spot for relaxing with family or loved ones.