Suncheonman Bay was the first coastal estuary to make it onto the Ramsar List in January 2006. The bay is renowned for its 25 mi of coastline and its 21 miČ of reed fields, making it a great place for a stroll. This area really is an ecological gem and provides a temporary home for migratory birds like the hooded crane, the black-headed spoonbill, and even swans. The observatory provides the ideal panoramic viewpoint and will also help you better understand the rare flora and fauna found in the area. Dusk and dawn are the best time for taking some spectacular photos.