Ppuri Park, located between Bomunsan Mountain and Banghwasan Mountain in Chimsan-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon, is a park created under the theme of filial piety, one of the overriding values of Korean society. Opened on November 1, 1997, the park occupies a plot of land measuring 109,091 m² and is filled with unique sculptures and art pieces that remind visitors of their family ties. The sculptures at the park hold a special meaning for Koreans, as each of the 136 sculptures represents each of the different last names of Korea. On the front of each sculpture is the history of the family (name) and on the back is a description of the sculpture itself and other relevant information.

Other main points of interest at Ppuri Park include the Deep-rooted Spring (symbolizing the 12 jisin/12 gods of the earth), waterfront stage, grass square, traffic safety education center, recreational forest, and natural observatory. Another must-visit attraction is the Samnam Memorial Tower, which represents the harmony and cooperation between the Honam (western region) and Yeongnam (eastern region) of Korea.



79, Ppurigongwon-ro, Jung-gu, Daejeon[Google Map]



N/A (Open all year round)



Homepage: (Korean only)



How To Use


Parking Facilities: 






From Daejeon Station, take Bus 313 to Ppuri Park.
From Daejeon City take Bus 301, 311, 312 or 315 to Ppuri Park.



Additional Info


Admission Fees: 



Available Facilities: 

Samnam Memorial Tower, octagonal pavilion, bridge, boat playground, waterside stage, fountain, grass field, etc.





tel: +82-42-589-2259

zipcode: 35085

expguide: [Traffic Safety Education for Children]
Participants: Kindergarten & Elementary school
Facilities: Mini motor cars, traffic signs,
pedestrian lights, etc.

infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

• For more info: +82-42-589-2259

opendate: November 1, 1997

usetime: March-October: 06:00-22:00
November-February: 07:00-21:00

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