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Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)

  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
  • Omokdae & Imokdae Pavilions (오목대와 이목대)
Address
55, Girin-daero, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
전라북도 전주시 완산구 기린대로 55 (교동)
Type
Monuments/ Historical Sites
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-63-281-2114
Homepage
tour.jeonju.go.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
www.cha.go.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
  • Information
    Introduction
    Omokdae Pavilion is located on top of a steep hill and is one of the places where Yi Seong-gye (who later became King Taejo, the first king of the Joseon Dynasty) stopped to celebrate his victory on his way home from a war with Japanese invaders at Unbong Peak of Hwangsan Mountain, near the end of the Goryeo Era. It is also a place where Mokjo, one of Yi’s forefathers, had once lived.

    Imokdae Pavilion is located near the foot of Seungamsan Mountain where Chimyeongjasan, the site of a holy Catholic monument. 80 meters down from Imokdae Pavilion are memorial stones and a memorial house.

    Imokdae Pavilion is the place where Mokjo (forefather of King Taejo) played war games as a child with his friends, a simple action which appears in ‘Yongbieocheonga’ (a 15th century ballad narrating national longevity and cultural achievement). Mokjo left the Jeonju area and moved to Hamgyeong-do as a result of a feud with the Jeonju Busa (public governing official). Yi Seong-gye (King Taejo) believed that Mokjo’s move to Hamgyeong-do five generations before his birth was a sign from heaven pointing to his founding of the Joseon Dynasty.

    Current Status
    [Omokdae & Imokdae] Jeollabuk-do Monument No. 16 (Designated on September 24, 1974)

    Closed
    N/A (Open all year round)

    Parking Facilities
    Not available

    Admission Fees
    Free

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