At the foot of Seongsan Ilchulbong you can find Haenyeo working and performing, they also have a restaurant as part of their quarters tucked into the cliffs along the ocean, where you can buy their catch including octopus and abalone.
Twice a day they perform for visiting tourists – singing the traditional Haenyeo rowing song Ieodo-sana before going to work. The phrase Ieodo-sana refers to a place from Jeju mythology, a haunting afterlife, where fishermen lost at sea and divers who drown may live forever – a place simultaneously of longing and dread
( The science of Jeju haenyeo, part II http://www.jejuweekly.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=2850 )
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