|Baeksasil Valley (백사실계곡)|
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Baeksasil Valley in Seoul is a historic site (Baekseokdongcheon, Famous Site No. 36)
that rests amid untouched natural surroundings. The valley is a habitat to a diverse
amount of animals, including salamanders, frogs, minnows, and crayfish. There
are also wild boar sitings from time to time so be careful. The preservation value of this area is especially high as the valley is home to a large colony of salamanders, which are indicator species of the clean water and a protected wildlife species of Seoul.
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(Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 3.