|Gomso Salt Field (곰소염전)|
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|Located in Gomso-ri, Jinseo-myeon in Buan-gun County, the Gomso Salt Field is one of the few salterns in Korea that produces Cheonilyeom solar salt. Unlike other salterns, Gomso is not located by the ocean, but is situated along Gomsoman Bay, adjacent to the sea.
During the Joseon Dynasty, salt fields covered the area from Julpoman Bay to Gomsoman Bay, producing salt that was sent along with rice to Noryangjin from Geonmopo (Gujin). Aside from its long history, the salt of Gomso is also known for containing 10 times more minerals than any other salt.
The coast from Chaeseokgang Cliffs to Gochang, which includes Gomso Salt Field, features one of the world’s most well-developed wetlands. With some luck, visitors can even see people at work at the saltern. When the weather is hot in the summer, work is done mostly in the early morning.
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Bus Terminal bus stop, take a local bus bound for Naesosa Temple (내소사).
Get off at Gomso Salt Field (곰소염전, Gomso Yeomjeon).
* Tell the bus driver in advance that you want to get off at Gomso Salt Field.
From Buan Bus Terminal, take a direct bus to Gomso (곰소).
* Bus Schedule: 08:10-18:50, runs 7 times a day