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Mt. Bongmyeongsan
This park stands 407m above the sea level and is a popular destination for forest therapy with its lush forest and beautiful scenery. ...
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Baekcheonsa (temple)
Parts of ancient stone walls remain around the temple site. Efforts went into reconstructing the temple using the debris that lied around the area. The temple that saved the nation, Baekundong has records of the monks fighting off and defeating the Japanese troops during Imjinweran (Japanese Inva......
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Daebangsa (temple)
This temple is located in Mt. Gaksan and house a place called Soeam, the home of Jongjeong. The main temple building or Daewungjeon with blue tile roof was built for over a decade and is famous for housing a sitting Buddha statue of over 12m in height. The large sanctuary of Daebangsa (temple......
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Dasolsa (Temple)
Dasolsa (Temple) is an ancient temple built by the monk Yeongijosa during the Shilla era. The Daeyangroo, the oldest building was designated as cultural assets along with Geukrakjeon and Eungjinjeon. This area had lush forests and beautiful scenery attracting many visitors. The hiking course ......
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Mt. Waryongsan
This mountain stands 801.4m above the sea level and consists of ninety nine peaks, giving it the nickname Guguyeongwhabong. From the sky, it resembles the shape of a reclining dragon, hence the name Mt. Waryongsan. In May royal azalea come into full bloom and cover the mountain in spectacular dee......
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Mt. Gaksan
This mountain is 398m high and is made up of Gaksansansoeng and Gaksanbongsu. Many hikers visit to enjoy the view of many islands in the front waters of Samcheonpo. Mt. Gaksan touches on the west waters of Samcheonpo Port and surrounds Shilandong like the horse’s hoof. It has been relativel......
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Mt. Yigusan
This mountain is 370m in height. Yigu originally comes from Yisan, the birth place of Confucius and is also his nickname. Many scholars lived under Mt. Yigusan and may have named this mountain after the birthplace of Confucius in admiration and honoring of his teachings.   ...
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