It was originally called Damok, but it was changed into ‘Dalmok’ or ‘Darang’
since residents welcomed the first full moon in 15th day of the First Full Moon.Old
Moryejangja who raise lots of cows in sogol just opposite to the dale
grazed the cows and built up a large barn called ‘Usil’
Goguryeo Buddhist monk Ado went to the Moryejangja’s house to the Silla
Dynasty and propagated Buddhism by teaching Buddhist doctrines. Therefore, this
village was called ‘Dogae’ which became famous the first place adopted Buddhism
in the Silla Dynasty. There also are Nakdong river flowing into the both of
north and south, plentiful supply water for crop. As a result of that, it has
had high income of a variety of agriculture products such as periwinkle rice,
traditional oriental apple, and cherry tomato, etc. you can see memorial ‘Silla
Buddhist cho jeon’ concerning to the Silla Buddhist initial record and history.
The Moryejangja’s Well is well preserved until now.
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