The road that cars do not start up still going up in Korea

On the 100m long road in Jeju, the bigger the car, the faster the "climbing" speed when going to N number.

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Dokkaebi Road on Jeju Island, Korea.
The mysterious road or Dokkaebi Road is located on Jeju Island, Korea attracts many tourists by a long road about 100 m. This is the only place in Korea where cars can crawl up the hill even though the car has returned to N.
Dokkaebi Road on Jeju Island, Korea.
The area is part of a 35-kilometer long road that links Jeju City to Seogwipo City, located 300 meters above sea level. There are two milestones to mark the beginning and end of the "Mysterious Road". Cars stop at the milestone "Start", returning to number N and experience this phenomenon.
Dokkaebi Road on Jeju Island, Korea.
The car carrying tourists is moving on the road without the need for an active engine. According to local guides, larger cars will have faster-climbing speeds. This phenomenon was first discovered in 1980 when a taxi driver took a newly married couple to visit the island. When stopping at this road, the driver saw the vehicle moving on its own without any impact.

Dokkaebi Road on Jeju Island, Korea.
Most visitors after alighting find ways to verify strange phenomena on the road by rolling water bottles or round cylinders. The results are the same as what happens with cars. "I find this quite strange," said Theo Brow, an American tourist. The cars drifted on the slope smoothly, without stopping. ” However, Ms. Tuyet, Vietnamese tourists are confused. "I feel the path is quite flat, not sure whether it is up or down."
Dokkaebi Road on Jeju Island, Korea.
Groups of tourists often stand on both sides of the road to record vehicles passing by. The Jeju Tourism Organization said that this phenomenon is just an optical illusion that makes the viewer feel like a steep path up, while actually falling 3 degrees. However, the stone tablet erected on the road introduced this destination in four languages without mentioning illusions or the slope of the road and argued that the cars are "uphill".
Dokkaebi Road on Jeju Island, Korea.
The goblin statue is believed by the locals to have pushed the cars here. On the right is a stone tablet briefing the road and the area map. This road also has parking, convenience stores and coffee shops for visitors who want to get off the bus to verify this mysterious road.

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