Introduction

The Jueangjeolli cliffs are rock pillars of various hexagonal shapes that seem as if they were hand carved. The Jusangjeolli cliffs of Mudeungsan Mountain consist of Seoseokdae, Ipseokdae, and Gyubong Rocks formed about 70 million years ago. Ipseokdae and Gyubong Rocks are both of a distinct pillar shape as they have been heavily weathered, and Seoseokdae, which was less weathered, looks like a folding screen. The Neodeolgeong (cluster of rocks), which sit on the mountain slope, were made when stone pillars collapsed. The standing rocks and Neodolgeong have been designated as Natural Monuments due to their rarity and uniqueness.

 

Address: 

Yongyeon-dong, Dong-gu, Gwangju[Google Map]

 

Closed: 

N/A (Open all year round)

 

 

Homepage: 

mudeung.knps.or.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
www.cha.go.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

 

 

How To Use

 

Parking Facilities: 

Available

 

 

Transportation

 

[Bus]

From Gwangju Bus Terminal (U-Square), take Bus No. 09 and get off at the Entrance of Jeungsimsa Temple Bus Stop.
Walk towards Mudeungsan Provincial Park.

 

 

Additional Info

 

Admission Fees: 

Free

 

Available Facilities: 

Cheongpum Rest Area

 

Restrooms: 

Available

 

Parking Fees: 

[Wonhyosa Temple zone]

Daily - Two-wheeled vehicle 1,000 won / Small cars 3,000 won / Large cars 6,000 won

[Jeungsimsa Temple zone]

Every 30 min - Two-wheeled vehicle 100 won / Passenger cars 400 won / Micro-bus 250 won

1 day - Two-wheeled vehicle 200 won / Passenger cars 6,400 won / Micro-bus 3,000 won

For detail info

 

addr2: San 96, Yeongpyeong-ri, Iseo-myeon, Hwasun-gun, Jeollanam-do

tel: +82-62-227-1187

zipcode: 61512

infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-62-227-1187

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