|National Mang-Hyang Cemetery (국립 망향의 동산)|
|The National Mang-Hyang Cemetery provides a resting place for the souls of Koreans who resided and passed away in foreign lands. The Korean government built the cemetery in 1976 for compatriots who were forced to leave their beloved homeland under the Japanese colonial rule and ultimately passed away in foreign lands. In addition to graveyards, the cemetery also houses the KAL Memorial Tower. Every fall, a large memorial service is held.|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|* Kwijeong Hall: Memorial service venue. Services provided vary according to religious denomination (Christianity, Buddhism, Confucianism, etc.) and family preferences.
* Charnel House - Hall with an altar where family members can burn incense for the departed.
* KAL Memorial Tower – Erected in memory of the passengers of KAL 269 from 16 different countries who were killed by a Soviet Union Sakhalin fighter plane on September 1, 1983. On September 1 of every year, a memorial service is held by families of the deceased.
* Other: Waiting room for bereaved family members, decorative fountain
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|Wheelchair rental services (reservations required), separate restrooms|
|Cheonan Intercity Bus Terminal or Cheonan Station.
Take Bus 200 or 201 for Seonggeo, Ipjang, or Anseong.
Get off at the National Mang-Hyang Cemetery.