|Jehwangsan Park (제황산공원)|
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|Jehwangsan Park, located on Jehwangsan Mountain at the heart of Jinhae City, is home to the nine-story Jinhae Tower. The tower, which symbolizes a Korean naval warship, stands at the top of a 365-step staircase and commands a splendid view of both Jinhae City and the coastline. On the first and second floors of the tower is the Jinhae City Museum, exhibiting folk models and relics excavated from Jinhae.
Jinhae City is Korea’s representative naval port city and is rife with cultural relics related to Admiral Yi Sun-Shin (1545-1598), a Korean hero who led the nation to victory in naval battles against Japanese forces during the Imjin Waeran War (1592-1598). The city is also known as the venue of the famous Jinhae Gunhangje Festival, which is widely known as the nation’s largest cherry blossom festival in addition to its historical roots.
Gunhangje period: 09:00-22:00
Adults (over 19): 2,000 won
Youths (ages 13-18): 1,500 won
Children (ages 5-12): 1,000 won
Adults: 3,000 won / Youths: 2,000 won / Children: 1,500 won
|April (cherry blossom season)|
|Monorail Car, Jinhae Tower (observatory), Jinhae City Museum|
| From Jinhae Bus Terminal or Jinhae Station,
Walk 10min towards Jungwon Rotary (중원로터리).
From Masan Station or Masan Intercity Bus Terminal, take Bus 162 or 760.
Get off at Jinhae Station or Namwon Rotary (남원로터리) and walk towards Jungwon Rotary.