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Daepyeong-ri is a small village with one more name, 'Nanduru', for its open field stretching afar the ocean. Haenyeos perform at Daepyeong-pogu(port) surrounded by Baksugijeong(pathway on the cliffs)
It is the path where horses traveled. It was built back in the Koryo Dynasty to move the horses grazed in the mid-mountainous areas of the west Jeju Daepyeong-pogu(port) to the Won Dynasty.
It is cliff standing next to Daepyeong-pogu(port). ‘Gijeong’ means cliff in Jeju dialect. The word 'Baksu' means to drink the spring water coming out of the bedrock 1 meter above ground with a gourd bowl. Because the spring water is known to be good for skin, people used to have celebration of bathing with this water in mid-July(by the lunar calendar).
Ducks visits the place in winter and spring and it is named after ‘duck’s place’. Its surroundings are beautiful and calm, attracting villagers to come for a bath until the early 1980s.