About an hour south of Wan-do by boat lies this quiet little island, which was made popular by artist Yun Seon-Do, who lived here for 10 years. While the 17th-century scholar Song Si-Yeol was on his way to exile in Jeju-do, he was forced to dock on the island due to bad weather. He carved some of his poetry on a rock, which remains today. Although the island has some beautiful sandy beaches, it's best known for its pebble beach, Yesong-li, and the sound the rounded stones make as the waves lap the shore. The best times to visit is May to June or August to September. Taxis and various minbak are available on the island.