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Jeollabuk-do » Jeonju-si » Deokjin Park (덕진공원)


Deokjin Park (덕진공원)   
Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
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  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
  • Deokjin Park (덕진공원)
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390, Gwon samdeuk-ro, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
전라북도 전주시 덕진구 권삼득로 390 (덕진동1가)
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Deokjin Park is a representative city park of Jeonju. Officially designated a city park in April 1978, the park is centered around a natural pond, which dates back to the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392). The park is such a landmark of the area that the lotus flowers blooming in the park’s large pond are considered one of the most impressive attractions of Jeonju. The park spans an area of 13,000㎡ with the pond covering about two thirds of the southern sector. An arch-shaped suspension bridge stretches across the middle of the pond, offering up-close views of the lotus blossoms.

Park designers created a traditional pavilion and a water iris garden in honor of the park’s historical background and added an artificial waterfall and wooden bridge for visual effect. The park also houses nine stone monuments including the Children’s Charter, engravings of Shin Seok-jeong and Kim Hae-gang’s poetry, and the statue of General Jeon Bong-jun.

The park is the site of the annual Dano Changpomul (Water Iris) Festival, a much-anticipated event held on the day of Dano (a Korean traditional holiday that falls on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month). During the celebration, women wash their hair in iris-infused water from the pond to wish for good health in the coming year.
N/A (Open all year round)
Activity Dates
Mid July-early August (Lotus flower's blooming season)
Operating Hours
24 hrs
Parking Facilities
70 parking spaces
Admission Fees
Available Facilities
Music Fountain
Schedule: April-October/ Closed on Mondays
Operating Hours (Duration: 15min, unless otherwise stated):
- April-May & September-October: 13:30, 15:30, 17:30, 20:00 (40min)
- June-August: 13:30, 15:30, 17:30, 20:30 (40min)

* Schedules are subject to change.
* It can be cancelled due to the bad weather conditions.

[Jeonju Citizens' Gallery]
- Summer: 10:00-22:00 (June to September)
- Winter: 10:00-20:00 (January to May and October to December)

Open all year round
Operating Hours : 09:00-30 mins after sunset
visitors ages 14 years and over need a guardian
Inquiries: +82-63-276-5285

Other Facilities
Walking path, boat, outdoor stage, sports facilities, snack bar, etc.  
Baby Stroller Rentals
Not available
Not permitted
[Airport Limousine Bus]
Incheon International Airport ↔ Jeonju (3 hours and 50 minutes)
Gimpo International Airport ↔ Jeonju (3 hours and 20 minutes)
* The estimated travel time will vary depending on road traffic.
* Website:
* Inquiries: +82-63-282-5555

[Express Intercity Bus]
Gangnam Bus Terminal ↔ Jeonju (2 hours and 40 minutes)
Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal ↔ Jeonju (2 hours and 30 minutes)
Gwangju Bus Terminal ↔ Jeonju (1 hour 30 minutes)

Yongsan Station (KTX, Saemaul, Mugunghwa) ↔ Jeonju Station
* Website:
* Inquiries: +82-1544-7788, +82-1588-7788

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