Yongsan was named so because it is located beneath Yongso Peak,
but most local people call the village Bangaegol, because it was
called “a village on the hills” as it was used to hang up public
notices during the Joseon Dynasty.
Shirakko borders Bongso-ri and Hwangsan-ri and is divided into
Yongsan Village and Samjeong Village by the center road. Shirakko
also refers to a large inn and this village used to be a large village
with many inns and motels for the travelers during the Joseon Dynasty.
It is a great honor for me as a young leader of the village to
open this Homepage to be able to bring the farmers of Haksan closer
to their consumers. It is truly astonishing that our farm
villages that can easily be isolated from information communications
can get closer to you through the Internet. I promise to do
my best to diversify and vitalize our village Homepage and would
truly appreciate your cooperation.
Jukchon Village has valued familial devotion since the old times
and has erected corresponding monuments by the village entrance
every time someone was known for their familial devotion.
We are dedicated to reestablishing disappearing traditions and
accepting new civilizations to develop into a more matured village.
I hope you enjoy the clean and tasty farm produces of Haksan.