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Bangudae Cliff (반구대)

  • Bangudae Cliff (반구대)
  • Bangudae Cliff (반구대)
  • Bangudae Cliff (반구대)
  • Bangudae Cliff (반구대)
  • Bangudae Cliff (반구대)
San 234-1, Daegok-ri, Eonyang-eup, Ulju-gun, Ulsan
울산 울주군 언양읍 대곡리 산 234-1
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    Bangudae Cliff is a serene, idyllic region which evidently has been a popular destination for a very long time. For instance, the 285th National Treasure, a prehistoric rock painting, along with other traces of early human life as well as ancestral tablets can be found in the region. Also, many Silla Kingdom artists sought peace of mind and body in Bangudae, as the late Goryeo Dynasty poet Jeong Mongju composed many of his masterpieces here. The name of Bangudae comes from the notion that the mountain slopes and valleys adorned with oddly shaped rocks look like a turtle lying face down.


    Current Status
    [Petroglyphs of Bangudae Terrace in Daegok-ri]
    National Treasure No. 285 (Designated on June 23, 1995)

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