|Nakhwaam Rock (낙화암)|
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Nakhwaam is a rock
cliff towering over Baengmagang River in the northern end of Busosan Mountain.
According to the legend, this is where the royal court women of Baekje jumped
off to kill themselves when the kingdom of Baekje was defeated during the invasion of
Sabiseong Fortress (now Busosanseong Fortress
in Buyeo) by the Shilla-Tang
Alliance. The name of this rock, Nakhwaam, literally means "the cliff
of falling flowers" and symbolizes the fidelity and loyalty of Baekje women.
|Chungcheongnam-do Cultural Material No. 110 (Designated on May 17, 1984)|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|From Seoul Nambu Terminal, take an intercity bus bound for Buyeo Intercity Bus Terminal. (Travel time: 2 hours)
From the terminal, take a taxi to the venue. (about a 20-min ride)