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[Maewoldae]


Introduction

Maewoldae means a precipitous pocky cliff (alias, Seonam) of 40-meter-high located on the mountaintop, 595m above the sea level at the mountain edge of Mt. Bokgye where Maewoldang Kimsiseup, one of live 6 loyal subjects and 8 martyrs who abandoned their official posts by resenting Prince Suyang’s throne usurpation and went into retirement to this mountain area.

According to the legend, the tradition has been handed down that the 9 scholars engraved a baduk board to a rock and played baduk with planning restoration of Danjong, later, people called this rock Maewoldae by naming after the title of Kimsiseup, and there is Maewoldae waterfall at about 1 km to the east from the top of Maewoldae, which is a famous place to offer magnificent views all around the 4 seasons.

- Access to Maewoldae

< Public transportation >

Suyuri -(non-stop bus)-Wasuri -(local bus)-entrance of Maewoldae (2h30m taken)

< Owner driven >

Basic route: Seoul- (national road No.43)-Wasuri- (gun road No.224)- Maewoldae (2h10m taken)

Roundabout route: Seoul -(national road No.43)-Pocheon (national road No.47)-Wasuri -(national road No.224)- Maewoldae (2h 20m taken)


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