The best 10 places to visit in Hwaseong

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1. Uido


In fact, the resident population is an island of about 40 people, and Mr. Papyeong Yoon first came in and started living. It is said. It is called Uwoomdo because it looks like a cow and makes a sound of rust on the land.

2. Hwaseong Woori Flower Botanical Garden


The Uri Flower Botanical Garden, which is composed of an area of ​​110,000 square meters, contains Seoksan Mountain, which represents the five famous mountains of Seoraksan, Jirisan, Taebaeksan, and Hallasan in the exhibition greenhouse. Over 1,600 kinds of native plants are exhibited, and there are ecological learning centers where you can enjoy our flowers, exhibition halls, wish trees (280-year-old sea pine), and a thousand-year-old wait (1000-year-old birch roots). It is a resting place where you can enjoy our beautiful plants and nature by creating a shelter of ginkgo trails and pine forests.

3. Gongpyeong Port


Gungpyeong Port, with a pier of 200 fishing boats and a breakwater of about 1.5km in length, is located in Gungpyeong-ri, Seosin-myeon, Hwaseong-si, and belongs to a large scale in Gyeonggi-do. From Jeongjagak, you can see the scenery of the West Sea, and there is an imperial sunset that belongs to the eight views of Hwaseong. Fresh seafood can be eaten on the spot at a seafood market, and there is a colony of 100-year-old sea pine. 

4. Jebudo Beach


It is a beach on Jebudo, a small island in the West Sea, also known as the'Miracle of Moses'. Jebudo Beach is 1.8km long and has a rocky cliff on the right side of the white sand beach, creating a secret. On the left is a hawk rock, the water temperature is also moderate, and the slope is gentle.

5. Donata Farm


※ Suspension of experience due to the internal situation of the ranch In addition, the farm has introduced a state-of-the-art milking system, a robot milking machine for the first time in Korea, and produces milk that is hygienic by automating the milking process. Because cows can milk themselves whenever they want, it can dramatically reduce the stress they experience. In addition, we are fully committed to removing various stress factors by understanding the behavior of cows. Therefore, it produces healthy milk from cows that are less stressed. In addition, milk milked from 12 am to 4 am using the state-of-the-art robot milking system contains 3 to 4 times more sleep-inducing ingredients than regular milk. This is milk that has been restricted and is limited in quantity. Also, siyu yogurt and string cheese, which will be made from processed milk, will be a new pride of the Donata Farm.

6. Hong Nappa's birthplace


It is the birthplace of the wrecked Hong Young-hoo (1898~1941) who pioneered the dawn of modern music in Korea. Hong Nanpa was born on April 10, 1898, the eldest of two sons and two girls in Hong Soon, graduated from YMCA Middle School in 1912, and became a teacher at the training center after completing the Chosun Jeongak Training Center in 1915.
After going to Japan in 1918, he returned to Japan after studying for two years at the Ueno Music School in Tokyo, and composed "Bong Sun-hwa" in 1920. In 1922, he founded the Yeonakhoe (硏樂會), and in 1925, held a violin solo. Meanwhile, in addition to publishing Korea's first music magazine 『Music World』, a novel was published to show the literary material.
In 1926, he joined Tokyo High School of Music again in Japan and became the first violinist of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra the following year. After returning to Korea in 1929, he served as a professor at the Central Childcare School. In 1931, he moved to the United States to study at Sherwood Music School and returned to Korea in 1933. After returning to Korea, she worked as an instructor at Ewha Womans University and transferred to Gyeongseong Childcare School. Since 1935, all 14 songs, including “The Memories of the White Horse River,” have been released under the name of Na Soun. In August 1941, pleurisy, a chronic illness, worsened and ended a 43-year-long life. Representative works include song songs such as "Bong Seon-hwa", "Night at Seongbulsa Temple", "Up on the Old Garden", and children's songs such as "Dalmasing" and "Day Moon in the Day".
The current birthplace was restored in 1986 when it was originally destroyed, and it is a wooden block that has a'a' shape with 4 squares. The house, which consists of two rooms and a kitchen, has a small courtyard, and under the eaves of the building there are several photos of wrecked portraits and artifacts used in his lifetime. If you look around thatched village in a cozy village, you can hear the melody of'Hometown Spring' everywhere.

7. Hanae Theme Park


The 50,000㎡ (15,000 pyeong) walkway garden has various kinds of wildflowers, various trees, aquatic plants, bonsai, ecological plants, traditional stone water, stone sculptures, and Jangseung, etc., so you can enjoy walking and enjoying them. A variety of rare minerals from all over the world, jade carvings, fossils, chiefs, shape stones, crystals, and stalactites are exhibited inside the Hanok building built according to the traditional method. Landscaped stone, traditional stone sculptures, stone cranes, stone mortars, etc. Various traditional stone products, such as Fulme and Daum Idol, were used in the Joseon Dynasty. In the Insect Museum, you can meet 3,000 rare and novelty insects from over 600 species in Korea and around the world. In the insect experience room, you can collect insects around Hana Theme Park and experience making insect specimens and making wood insects. You can take the worm directly to the house and experience it. At the Park and Seogak Exhibition Hall, you can recognize the shape and variety of traditional works, and the world of the artist's works, Hong Chul-sun, who went up to the ranks of Park's masterpiece through Park and the world of the artist's writing by carved using wood from various materials Through this, you can experience the extreme of traditional art souls, experience traditional crafts at the pottery garden, and practice activities at the Challenge Park. It has facilities such as salt foot bath, food market, and lodging.

8. Hwaseong Bear Farm

※ Private farms are not available for private use during weekdays on weekdays . Opened in 2002, Bare Farm is a nature-experience learning center exclusively for children with amusement, viewing, and experience facilities that constantly incite children's curiosity in nature. It is equipped with a viewing facility, a four season rail sledding ground, an indoor playground, a water playground, and various natural experiences.

9. Nozak Hong Literature Museum


The Nohzak Hongsa Literature Museum was constructed to honor the late Nohjak Hongsaeng, an artist who refused to write a single line of pro-Japanese writing during the Japanese colonial period. The Hongsa Literature Museum aims to promote various projects for the revitalization of literature and drama according to the spirit of the late Master Hongsa who was a leading poet and dramatist leading romanticism. do.

10. Hwaseong Cultural Center

Hwaseong has been built as a noble meaning of ancestors since ancient times as the hometown of Chung, Hyo, and Ye. On the basis of this long history, Hwaseong Cultural Center opened in December 1964 and was approved as a corporation on February 25, 1965. It was approved to be established as a Hwaseong Cultural Center under the Local Cultural Center Promotion Act.
Hwaseong Cultural Center develops, disseminates, spreads and transmits local unique cultures, conducts research on local history, collects and preserves research and data, holds cultural and arts events, collects, preserves and disseminates cultural data, and preserves traditional culture. We are conducting exchange projects at home and abroad, social education activities, cultural activities for community development, and other projects that can contribute to the development of local culture.

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