|Jangboksan Sculpture Park (Jangboksan Sculpture Park) (장복산조각공원)|
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|Jangboksan Park stands as the unofficial gateway to Jinhae at the end of Jangbok-ro Road between Masan and Jinhae. Built in 1979 in the wake of a mountain landslide, the park offers a wide-open view of Jinhae and its quiet waters. In the spring, more than ten thousand cherry trees interspersed throughout the pines come into full bloom, permeating the air with their sweet fragrance.
Nearby attractions include Daegwangsa and Jinheungsa temples, the Citizens’ Hall, the Gyeongnam Literary Hall, and Jinhae Park Land, located halfway up Jangboksan Mountain. To visit these attractions and explore the beauty of the forest, simply follow the long walking trail from Jinhae Girls’ High School to the park (1.5km) and continue along the path from the Jangboksan Rest Area to Gumajin Tunnel (1km).
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|April (cherry blossom season)|
|Walking path, youth hall, pavilion, Chulleong bridge, athletic facilities,
mermaid statue, etc.
Station or Jinhae Intercity Bus Terminal, take Bus 160, 161 or 162.
Get off at Citizens' Hall Bus Stop (시민회관; Simin Hoegwan).
Or, take a taxi from Jinhae Station or Jinhae Bus Termina to the Park. (10-15min)