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Samcheok Jungyeongmyo Grave (삼척 준경묘)

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  • Samcheok Jungyeongmyo Grave (삼척 준경묘)
  • Samcheok Jungyeongmyo Grave (삼척 준경묘)
  • Samcheok Jungyeongmyo Grave (삼척 준경묘)

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333-360, Jungyeong-gil, Miro-myeon, Samcheok-si, Gangwon-do
강원도 삼척시 미로면 준경길 333-360 (미로면)
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    Jungyeongmyo Tomb is located in Hwalgi-ri, Miro-myeon, Samcheok-si, Gangwon-do. It is the grave of King Mokjo’s parents, the 5th great-grandparents of King Taejo of the Joseon Dynasty. Jungyeongmyo was designated as monument No. 43 Gangwon-do province on August 5th, 1981 and promoted to Historic Site No. 524 on July 12th, 2012. There is a legend associated with the tomb that an old monk told King Mokjo that for the sake of his descendants, he must spill the blood of 100 cows and bury his deceased parents in a gold casket. Mokjo did what the monk told him, and his 5th great-grandson, King Taejo, became a King of the Joseon Dynasty.

    Samcheok city


    Current Status
    [Samcheok Jungyeongmyo grave·Yeonggyeongmyo grave] The historic site No.524 (Designated day: 2012.07.12)

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    Nearby Tourist Attractions
    Yeonggyeongmyo Grave, Hwanseongul Cave, Cheoneunsa Temple

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