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Published on Dec 15, 2010
Hallasan Mountain was designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2002. A view of the mountain in early winter. Hallasan Mountain, rising to 1,950m, is the highest mountain in South Korea. The name Halla means "being so high as to be able to attract the stars of the Milky Way." Let's check its features: Baengnokdam Lake at the summit of the mountain, Yeongsil Giam (a cliff composed of bizarrely shaped rocks), more than 360 oreum, and various species of wildlife.