|Neungkang Sotdae Art Museum (능강솟대문화공간)|
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|Neungkang Sotdae Art Museum in Neunggang-ri of Jechun-si City in Chungcheongbuk-do Province is a museum of 'sotdaes,' which are ancient prayer poles with a duck or bird-shaped figurine on top that were usually placed at the village entrance. Many of these artifacts can be found inside and outside of a modern structure at the museum site, which is located near the vast Chungju Lake. Other nearby tourist attractions include Neunggang Valley that is situated at the foot of Geumsusan Mountain and surrounded by lush pine forests, rocky cliffs, streams and waterfalls. There is also Jeongbangsa Temple, which is told to have been built by the renowned Buddhist priest, Uisang, during the Silla Kingdom.|
|Sotdae (memorial pole) making classes
Adults: 15,000 won
Students: 12,000 won
Maxium Capacity: 20 people per class
※ Prior reservations required.
|Admission / Participation Fees|
|Free (See 'Program Information' for program participation fees)|
|Take an intercity bus to Jecheon Intercity Bus Terminal.
From Jecheon Terminal, take a bus bound for Susan/Cheongpung.
Get off at Neunggang-ri.
Bus schedule: 5:40, 12:20, 16:20
Inquiries on Jecheon bus schedule: +82-43-646-2955
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