1. Bangha-ri Kobun-gun
Bangha-ri Kobun-gun is in right across the Dundeok-myeon Georim-ri.
Highland is well developed in south of Bangha Village and it is
now cultivated as crop field. Here, many earthenwares from Three
Kingdoms Period and Goryeo Period. In mountain that is 500~600m
away from this village, there are tombs, sized a diamter of 10m
and height of 2~3m. But no treasures are found, since most of them
2. Suryeongni dolmen
When you go over a hill from Haksan-ri, following the road, there
is Suryeongni Naepyeong Village. In left side of the entrance, there
are two dolmens. In dolmen 'A', no memorial stone is found. In dolmen
'B', the stonetable of the tomb is cracked into two pieces. Here,
the memorial stone wasn't identified but it was confirmed that many
stones were covered up by grass. After the stone was reconnected,
the size happened to be 185cm long, 125cm wide and 950cm thick.
No treasure was found but it is suspected that there were residence
here in Bronze Age.
In between Dundeok-myeon Hansando(island), there is a small island
called Banghwado(island). Here, a beacon mound was built and was
used as fortress during the war against Japan. Also, it was utilized
as strategic base to deceive the Japanese army using lights.
The word Banghwado(island) does come from its history of having
the beacon mound in it, but it is also from the fact that lights
were burned all over the island during the war against Japan, so
that it looked as if the island is fully armed, which helped to
defeated the enemy. So it's also called Hwado(island). Most of the
original beacon mound is destroyed but some traces are left.