10 best things to do in South Gyeongsang Province (Gyeongsangnam-do)

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1. Yeajwacheon



Yeajwacheon refers to the stream from Yeajwa-dong, Jinhae-gu to Chungmu-dong, Jinhae-gu. Yeojwa Stream flows into Bokgae Stream as a local river in the Namhae area of ​​the Nakdong River and flows into Jinhae Bay. Cherry trees are planted on both sides of the river, so when the cherry blossoms bloom in spring, it creates a beautiful tunnel-shaped landscape, and is well known as a cherry blossom spot. Here, the MBC drama'Romance' was filmed, and when Gwan-woo and Chae-won in the drama came to Jinhae-gun Port and watched the first scene on the bridge connecting the left and right of the river, they were called'Romance Bridge' after the broadcast, and more tourists are looking for them.


2. Gyeonghwa Station Cherry Blossom Road



Gyeonghwa Station, famous for its cherry blossom viewing spot in Gyeongnam, is a small convenience store located in Gyeonghwa-dong, Jinhae-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do. It is located between Seongjusa Station and Jinhae Station, and the cherry blossoms that stretched along the railroad tunnel form a tunnel, making it a popular spot for cherry blossom viewing along with Anmin Pass or Jinhae Yeajwacheon Bridge. You can freely walk on the railroad lined with cherry blossoms, and when the cherry blossoms fall, the cherry blossoms flying on the train make you feel fantastic romantic. The cherry blossoms along the railway line, which extend from Gyeonghwa Station to Sehwa Girls' High School, where the film'Boys Go to Heaven' and the drama'Spring Waltz' are filmed, enjoy cherry blossoms more leisurely than Yeojucheon, so lovers and family tourists are looking for them.

3. Mireuksan



At the foot of Mireuksan Mountain are the reconnaissance Yonghwasa Temple, the hermitage Gwaneumam, and Dosolam in the mountains, and the Mirae Temple, the birthplace of Hyobongmunjung. Mireuksan Mountain is not a very high mountain, but it is a famous mountain and has many virtue trees, so there is a valley with clear water flowing between dense forests and various types of rock formations and rock caves. The reflection and spring water, spring rhododendrons, and autumn leaves fall out, and as you climb to the top of the mountain, you can see the beautiful view of Hallyeohaesang's overwhelming sea.  

4. Dongpirang Mural Painting Village



Dongpirang Village on the hill behind the Tongyeong Central Market is a beautiful place with beautiful murals painted on the walls of alleys. When you go up to the highest point in the village, there is Tongyeong Port and Dongporu, which overlooks the blue Namhae, so you can enjoy the scenery of Tongyeong at a glance.

5. Yi Sun Shin Park



This park was completed by the residential development project of Woongcheon district in Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do, and the park has a total area of ​​36,379m2, equipped with facilities such as rose garden, aquatic botanical garden, maze garden, floor fountain, memorial symbol, multi-purpose playground, and children's playground. At the top of the park, there are beacons, rocky landscape gardens, and castles at the top of the rocky mountain.

6. Wind Hill



Before going to Haegeumgang Village in Nam-myeon, there is a painting village. If you go down to the left, there is a cruise ship dock at Dosipo, where you can tour Oedo and Haegeum River, and the hill overlooking the ticket office is the hill of wind. This is a grassy mountain of Mindong and has a good view overlooking the sea.

The TV drama Eve's Flower Garden (2003 SBS Morning Drama) and Carousel (2004 MBC Tree Drama) aired, attracting many tourists.

7. Haeinsa Temple



Haeinsa Temple is the three largest temples in Korea along with Tongdosa Temple and Bungbosa Temple Songgwangsa Temple. In the 3rd year of King Aejang of Silla, Adaptation and Yijeong (利貞) founded the temple, and the succession became the main successor. Taejo, who founded Goryeo in 918, used Haeinsa as the national treasure of Goryeo in return for the help of the governor, Heerang. In 1398, the Tripitaka Koreana Plateau in Seonwonsa, Ganghwa-do was moved to Jicheonsa Temple and then moved to this place. Haeinsa Temple has had seven great fire fighters so far, but the Goryeo Palman Daejanggyeong is considered to be mysterious because Janggyeonggakman is not angry. The reason Haeinsa Temple is called the Bokbo Temple is because the Goryeo Palman Captain's Plate, which is the law report, is stored. The main cultural properties of Haeinsa Temple include Treasure No. 128 Banya Temple Gyeongwangsabi, Treasure No. 518 Wondangam Multi-layered Stone Pagoda and Seokdeung.

8. National Pearl Museum



The National Museum of Jinju was the exhibit of prehistoric and Gaya civilization artifacts at the beginning of the opening. Since the area where the museum was located was the Pearl Harbor, which was called one of the three great battles of Imjin War, the historical value was evaluated and reopened in January 1998 as a specialized history museum of Imjin War.

9. Upo Swamp



* Korea's largest natural swamp, Upo Swamp (Ecological Park) *

Upo Swamp is the largest natural swamp in Korea. Speaking of'swamp', it encompasses all four swamps, including Mokpo, Sajipo, and Jibeom, as well as the largest Woopo swamp. This swamp area is spread over three sides, including Yure, Anbang, and Daehapmyeon in Changnyeong-gun, Gyeongnam, with a circumference of 7.5㎞ and a total area of ​​2,314,060m². It is said that the first bogs began to form here 140 million years ago. At the time of the Cretaceous Period of the Dinosaur Period, the sea level rose rapidly and the ground of the Nakdong River basin fell. Then, as the water flowing from this area to the Nakdong River accumulated, swamps and natural lakes were formed everywhere, and the newly created lakes and swamps became the playground for dinosaurs, who were the owners of the earth at that time. At present, Sejin-ri, Yue-myeon near Upo Wetland, contains the remains of dinosaur footprints believed to have been there. 

10. Hallyeosudo cable car



"The cable car overlooking Hallyeosudo, installed at Miseuksan Mountain at 461m above sea level, is the longest cable car in Korea at 1,975m. The cable car, which opened in April 2008, carries 48 passenger gondola in a row.

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