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Gyeonggi-do » Goyang-si » Haengjusanseong Fortress (행주산성)

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Address
26-2, Deogyangsan Mountain, Haengjunae-dong, Deogyang-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do
경기 고양시 덕양구 행주내동 산26-2
Type
Fortresses
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-31-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-31-8075-4652
Homepage
www.goyang.go.kr
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
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Introduction
The Haengjusanseong Fortress (행주산성, historic site no. 56) atop Deogyangsan Mountain was the site of a major Korean victory against the enemy during the Japanese invasion 400 years ago. Women also participated in the dramatic battle, carrying stones in their aprons (haengju in Korean). The original date and purpose of the fortress’ construction remains a mystery, but it is believed the construction dates back to the ancient Baekje period, as many relics from that era have been excavated by archeological surveys. Inside the fortress is Chungjangsa, a shrine paying tribute to General Gwon Yul who led the victorious effort. Transportation to the fortress has become much more convenient with the opening of the Jayuro road and the completion of the Haengju Bridge, making the fortress a popular destination on holidays.

* Haengju Great Victory Festival
Religious ceremonies and many other cultural events are held on March 14 every year in memory of General Gwon who won the battle and saved the nation.
Telephone
+82-31-8075-4652
Current Status
Historic Site No.56
Closed
N/A (Open all year round)
Activity Information
[Nighttime Hours]
July–September, Saturdays only / 18:00–22:00 (last admission is 21:00)
Operating Hours
Summer season (March~October) 09:00-18:00
Winter season (November~February) 09:00-17:00
Admission is available until one hour before closing time.
Parking Facilities
500 spaces
* Parking fees - 2,000 won
Admission Fees
Adults 1,000 won / Youths 500 won / Children 300 won
Facilities for the Handicapped
Disabled toilet
Restrooms
Available
Interpretation Services Offered
Available (need to reserve in advance, Tel 031-938-0903)
Directions
1) Hapjeong Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 2.
Walk for 35m to take Bus 921 and get off at Entrance to Haengjusanseong Fortress and Haengjunae-dong Bus Stop. (5 bus stops)
Walk for 550m toward the fortress from the bus stop.

2) Hwajeong Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 4.
Cross the street toward Hanhwa Obelisk and take a Maeul (마을) Bus 011 or 012 at Hwajeong Station Bus Stop and get off at Haengjusanseong Bus Stop.
(13 bus stops for Bus 011 / 11 bus stops for Bus 012)
Walk for 70m to the fortress.

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