At Sambong Beach, one can observe three towering rocks that are 22m, 20m and 18m tall. These three rocks have an imposing appearance, and collectively, they are described as an enraged lion about to attack its enemy with its tail placed on the sandy hill.
The area was named “Sambong (lit. ‘Three Peaks’)” due to the presence of the three rocks. However, when viewed from the north, it appears as though there are four peaks, and from the south, there seems to be three peaks. The nameless rock is surrounded by a heavy fog created by the tide.
In the distance, one can see clusters of islands that look like dots, while nearby, there is Gaksinyeo, or a female shaman doing a dance. It is near Baeksajang Beach, Anmyeon Beach and Batgae Beach. It is only 1km away from Baeksajang Port, where one can obtain a wide range of fresh fish and seafood.
The vast stretches of sand and the sand dunes created by natural phenomena create breathtaking scenery.
09-3 Sambong-gil, Anmyeon-eup, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do