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Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)

  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)
  • Yeongnamnu Pavilion (Miryang) (밀양 영남루)

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Address
324, Jungang-ro, Miryang-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
경상남도 밀양시 중앙로 324 (내일동)
Type
Monuments/ Historical Sites
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-55-359-5590,
+82-55-359-5641
Homepage
tour.miryang.go.kr (Korean only)
  • Information
    Introduction
    Located on Adongsan Mountain next to Namcheongang River in Miryang, Yeongnamnu (National Treasure No. 147) is one of three great pavilions of Korea together with Chokseoknu Pavilion of Jinju and Bubyeoknu Pavilion of Pyeongyang.

    A two-story-pavilion with a hip-and-gable roof was constructed on this same site during the Silla period, as part of Yeongnamsa Temple, which was one of the five great temples at that time. The pavilion was torn down and re-constructed during the rule of King Gongmin of the Goryeo Dynasty. The current structure was built in 1884 according to the design of the then-magistrate Yi In-jae.

    The pavilion area consists of Neungpagak, Chimryugak, Sajumum Gate, Iljumun Gate and Cheonjingung. Stone-carved calligraphy from the Joseon Period abounds in the pavilion complex, drawing many visitors.

    Current Status
    National Treasure No. 147 (Designated on January 21, 1963)

    Closed
    N/A (Open all year round)

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