|○ Gosan Yoon,
Seon Do |
- Yoon, Seon Do (1587 ~ 1671) was a government officer and poet from the
Remains of Yoon, Seon Do reflects the typical garden landscaping of the Joseon
Dynasty. When Yoon was heading to Jejudo
Island after the Chinese Invasion of 1636, he was fascinated by the views of
this region and stayed here to create his most renowned poems, including 『Eobusasisa』.
○ The Remains of Yoon, Seon
Nakseojae refers to
the three tile-roofed houses which Sir Yoon built to sleep and study Sung
On a rock across from Nakseojae
sits a small pavilion called Dongcheonseoksil. With the nearby stone gates and posts, it
creates a marvelous scenery.
It is a pavilion sitting in between Seyeonji Reservoir and Hoisudam Pond. This pavilion has tablets on every edge. The tablets read Seyeonji on the center,
Hogwangru to the east, Nakgiran to the south, and Donghagak and Chiramhyeon to
It is also called Gulddukdari. It is made of hollow, flat-surfaced natural
stone. It is a unique relic for a Korean
garden. It was used to store water in
Seyeonji and send it out to Hoisudam.