- Address Maehak-ri, Jeonggwan-myeon, Gijang-gun, Busan
Sohakdae is a huge rock which rises like a folding screen on Mount Baekwoon in Jeonggwan-eup, Maehak-ri. It is said that the name originated from a crane which built a nest here in the old days. The shape of the rock looks like it was carved out, which a flat top surface (35m high, 70m wide, 250m long). The moon seen from here is exceptionally clear and bright, giving it the name of Mangwolsan (moon gazing mountain). When you go up Sohakdae you will see large and small peaks beneath you against the boundless sky, and you will see the horizon of the East Sea as well as the coastal waters of Gijang. Mount Baekun is Gijang’s main mountain and is always locked among white clouds, hence its name. It is the greatest mountain in backdrop of the Gijang area. It is located to the west of Jeonggwan-eup and meets with Cheolma-myeon. The mountain is 520.2m above sea level, and it is a typical mountain area, rising high proudly. Its main peak is formed of bedrock. To the south is Mount Cheolma and to the north is Mount Yongcheon. On the eastern slope, it is the opening of the Jwagwang-cheon.