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Gyeongsangbuk-do » Andong-si » Andongho Lake (안동호)


Andongho Lake (안동호)   
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164-19 Seonggok-dong, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
경상북도 안동시 성곡동 164-19 (성곡동)
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Known as a popular fishing spot and recreation site, Andongho Lake is an man-made lake created by obstructing the upper stream of the Nakdonggang River, as part of the government’s Four Major Rivers Restoration Project. Andong Dam is the second largest dam in Korea, following Soyanggang Dam. The height of the dam is 83 meters and the length is 612 meters.

The landscape surrounding Andongho Lake is nothing short of magnificent. There is a dock for the boats on the lake, which is also popular as a fishing destination. Bass caught here are especially strong and tasty. An international bass fishing tournament is held here every year. There are also tourist attractions nearby, such as the Dosanseowon Confucian Academy and Andong Hahoe Folk Village.

Andongho Lake is known for its incomparable scenery, and is considered one of the most famous tourist sites in the Hoban Region. The nearest tourist sites include Dosanseowon Confucian Academy, Seokbinggo (Stone Ice Storage). There are plenty of other sites to visit as well, such as Andong Folk Village and its museum, where the historical Korean drama "Taejo Wang Geon" was filmed. Unfortunately, during the construction of Andong Dam, part of the village was submerged due to displaced water. The folk cultural properties there were safely moved to a nearby area by the auxiliary dam of Andong and turned into an open-air museum of folk culture.
+82-54-856-3013, 840-6591
Structure Size
15,450,000 pyeong (51074380.2 ㎡)
From Central City Terminal, take an express bus bound for Andong Terminal.
From Andong Terminal, take a taxi to the venue.
(About 35 km / up to 1 hr)

Andong Station (Saemaeul Line / Mugunghwa Line)
Take Bus 67 in front of the station and get off at Seobu-ri Bus Stop. (31 bus stops)

Call the Korea Travel Hotline for assistance with directions.

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