|Daejeonghyanggyo Confucian School (대정향교)|
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|Daejeonghyanggyo is a Confucian school during Joseon Dynasty.
Although the exact date of construction is uncertain, it is estimated that the
building was built at around the same time as Daejeonghyeon in 1416.
The school was originally located inside Bukseong. It moved outside Dongmun and then moved again to the site of Seoseong. It was moved to Dansan Oreum where it remains to this day. At present, Daejeonghyanggyo Confucian School consists of Daeseongjeon, Myeongryundang, Dongjae, Seojae Shinsammun, Daeseongmun, Dongmalmun and Dongjeongmun. Daeseongjeon was remodeled in 1669, 1688, and 1752. Myeongryundang was rebuilt in 1772. After several instances of remodeling and rebuilding, Daeseongjeon was remodeled again in 1993. The Confucian school was designated as Jeju Tangible Cultural Asset No. 4 in August 1971.
|Tangible Cultural Asset No. 4 in Jeju Special Self-Governing Province (Designated on August 26, 1971)|
|Take taxi to the venue from Shinsigaji Intercity Bus Terminal (about
27 km away) or from Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal (about 40km away)
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