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Tourist Attraction

  • udeungsan National Park photo
    Mudeungsan National Park The zelkova tree, commonly known as "Dangsan Tree," is believed to be the home of a tutelary deity. It is typically used as the shade tree (the tree guarding the entrance of a village) because of its long life and lush foliage. It also symbolizes the residents' sentimental love for their home villages.
  • Gwangju Reservoirs photo
    Mudeungsan National Park Resting place of the citizens of Gwangju – Riverside Eco Park It opened in March 2006 and has a natural observation learning ground, grass resting area, waterside wetland and a parking lot so it has become the place for weekend family picnics. It is in the perfect harmony with the Gasa Literature cultural heritage sites such as Sigyeongjeong Pavilion, Hwanbyeokdang, ect. on the ridge of the Mudeungsan Mountain.
  • Mudeungsan Old Trail photo
    Mudeungsan Old Trail Resting place of the citizens of Gwangju – Riverside Eco Park It opened in March 2006 and has a natural observation learning ground, grass resting area, waterside wetland and a parking lot so it has become the place for weekend family picnics. It is in the perfect harmony with the Gasa Literature cultural heritage sites such as Sigyeongjeong Pavilion, Hwanbyeokdang, ect. on the ridge of the Mudeungsan Mountain.
  • Mudolgil photo
    Mudolgil Mudolgil was the road connecting each village and excavated and restored based on the map produced in 1910. The name ‘Mudeungsan Jarak Mudolgil’ has the meaning of “Mudolmoe”, which is the old name of Mudeung Mountain orally transmitted from the past and “the road that goes around the Mudeung Mountain one circle.” The total distance is approximately 51.8km and consists of 15 zones and it is a road restored by reflecting the distance and historicity.