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Address
Hangye3-ri, Buk-myeon, Inje-gun, Gangwon-do
강원 인제군 북면 한계3리
Type
Waterfalls
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-33-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-33-463-3476,
+82-33-636-7700
Homepage
www.inje.go.kr
(Korean, English)
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Introduction
Daeseung Falls was known as a major recreation site of King Gyeong-Sun (reign 927~935), the last king of Silla Kingdom (BC 57~AD 935). The size is twice as large as those of Guryong Falls of Mt. Geumgangsan or Bakyeon Falls of Gaeseong. It is located in the Naeseorak area of the Mt.Seoraksan. Across from Daeseung Falls is a large rock, where in Chinese characters “Gucheoneunha” is carved. The stream of the waterfall is 88m long. Pass to the left of Jangsudae ticket booth, go past Sajung Falls and climb up a steep and rocky path, and you will reach an observatory area where you can view the scenery of Daeseung Falls. Along the path leading to the observatory area is an iron ladder. Walk on the right walkway to Daseungryeong for 5 minutes and you will meet a narrow path that leads right up to the waterfall. This pathway attracts many visitors because of its beautiful surroundings and water streams.

According to the myth, there once was a person named Daeseung who lived alone after his parents died when he was young, and lived by selling mushrooms. One day, when he was plowing with his body tied to a hawser hung under the rock pillar of the waterfall, he heard his mother's voice calling for him. When he climbed up to the top of the cliff, he instead found a large centipede cutting the rope. Following the myth, the waterfall became to be called Daeseung because of the mothers voice that saved her sons life.
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* Baekdamsa Temple Course (6km / 1hr 20min)
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* Daeseung Falls Course (0.9km / 50min)
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* Namgyori Course (11.3km / 7hrs 30min)
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Directions
From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus bound for Inje via Wontong.
Get off at Wontong.

From Wontong Terminal, take a bus to Jangsudae (Hangye 3-ri). 
Wontong to Jangsudae bus schedule: runs every 10-15min/ travel time: 15-20min.

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