|Yangjeondong Rock Art (양전동 암각화)|
|Yangjeondong Rock Art (discovered in 1971) is a rock painting 3 meters high and 5.5 meters wide that vividly depicts the life and religion of the Prehistoric Age. Rock art from the time period was created on rocks or other planes considered to be sacred and usually carried a message of fertility. The artwork of Yangjeondong shows layered circles (symbolizing the sun and the moon), crosses (depicting the “life zone” of the tribe), and 17 masks. The artwork is considered to have been used for ceremonial purposes or farming events.|
|Treasure No. 605 (designated on August 6, 1976)|
|From Goryeong Bus Terminal, take a taxi to Yangjeondong Rock Art (양전동 암각화). (20min)
Take a local bus bound for Gaejin (개진) and get off at Hayangjeon (하양전).
The rock art is located about 600m away from the bus stop.
* Bus schedule: bus runs 6 times a day.