|Suwonhyanggyo Confucian School (수원향교)|
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|The Suwon Hyanggyo is one of the Confucian temple and school to teach local students in the Chosŏn Dynasty period (1392~ 1910).
The Suwon Hyanggyo houses the memorial tables of Confucius, Mencius, and twenty-five notable historical Korean figures. The structure was originally built in the 22nd year of King Wonjong’s rule during the Goryeo era (918-1392) by Hwaseonggun, but was moved to its current location when Hwaseong Fortress was constructed.
|Gyeonggi-do Cultural Property Material No. 1 (designated on Sep 19, 1983)|
|Practicing Korean traditional ceremonies and rituals. Learning Chinese characters. Etiquette school. Etc.|
* Opens on Saturday if there is a group reservation
|From Suwon Station (Seoul Subway Line 1).
Take bus 8, 11, 13, 36, 38, or 39.
Get off at the fire station (소방서).
Take a taxi from Suwon Station to Suwonhyanggyo Confucian School. (10min)