|Jeongeupsa Park (정읍사공원)|
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|Jeongeupsa Park (located in Sigi 3-dong in downtown Jeongeup-si) was built in honor of ‘Jeongeupsa’ a famous Baekje Gayo (a type of poem from the Baekje Dynasty). Jeongeupsa is the only poem of the five Baekje Gayos (Jeongeupsa, Mudeungsangok, Bangdeungsangok, Seonunsangok, and Jirisangok) recorded in Hangeul that remains in existence today.
The park, built on the location where the epic poem took place, boasts a 2.5-meter high granite statue of the heroine of Jeongeupsa. Nearby the statue are a shrine and a 2-meter wide monument commemorating the poem. Located in the vicinity are the Jeongeupsa Art Center, the Korean Classical Music Center, the city library, and an outdoor stage.
|Open all year round|
|From Jeongeup Bus Terminal or Jeongeup Station.
Take a local bus and get off at Jeongeup High School Bus Stop.
It is a 10-15min walk from the bus stop.
From Jeongeup Bus Terminal or Jeongeup Station, it takes about 10-15min by taxi.