is a tombstone and a lake bank in the ear of three states and it
is located in Yongseong-li,Buryang-myeon, Jeonbuk.
This was designated as historical property No. 111.
Gimje Byeokgoje is the largest and oldest lake bank in Korea. According
to the 《Samguksagi》, it was built in 330 A.D. (Baekje dynasty,
Biryu king 27) and expanded in 790 A.D. (Wonseong king 6).
in the Gorea and Choseon dynasties, it was repaired.
The bank is from Pogyo-ri to Weolsung-ri which is
a straight line from south to north and about 3km long; there are
3 pairs of huge stone pillar which indicate that they are gates
to the lake. The original shape was damaged a lot by the construction
to make the principal waterway in 1925. The bank was cut in half
and farm water flows from the center.
According to the evacuation research in 1975, the
north side bank height is 4.3m, south side is 3.3m, and 5.5m high
two stone pillars were stood with 4.2m gap as the water door, and
made 20cm width and 12cm deep groove on the side where it face to
each other, and inserted a wooden board to adjust the amount of
water. The stone bank is about 6m high and the lowest bank is 1.1m.