|Category||Jochiwon Bus Terminal ↔ Jeonui-myeon|
|Departure from Jochiwon||Departure from Jeonui Station|
Jocheon Yeonkkot Park is a place where lotus flowers and water lilies bloom in the middle of the summer. Visit this exquisite park where you will be mesmerized by the pleasant scent. We also recommend visiting in springtime when cherry blossoms burst into full bloom and present an awe-inspiring sight.
Hangnimsa Temple located below Hak-bawi on Seohaksan Mountain is a place with bhikkhunis practice the way to attain enlightenment. From the foothills to the hillsides, the area becomes covered with exquisite flowers such as azalea, cornel blossoms, magnolia flowers, and more every spring.
This is a park established upstream of Gobok Reservoir to commemorate the Battle of Yeongi. Taking a stroll along the waterfront deck is a must! There are a wide variety of sculptures on display that will delight the eyes. There is also an outdoor swimming pool with water slides that can be enjoyed, free-of-charge, in summer.
This is a museum built on a former kiln site where Buncheong-wares (grayish-blue-powdered celadon) were made in the early Joseon Dynasty. The museum houses some 4,500 items in its collection that shed light on the local history and culture from the prehistoric period to modern times, and visitors can even get to play traditional games.
Ssangnyu-ri Art Village presents a wide array of sculptures that will instantly grab your attention. As an open-air gallery with the streets lined with artworks, it’s a perfect place to go on a date with your significant other.
Head to Biamsa Temple, a thousand-year-old Buddhist temple containing a Buddhist stele dating from the Baekje period, where you can soak in a striking view of Unjusan Mountain and relish the greenness of Dapi Forest. The sign at the entrance reads, “Please visit as though you aren’t here,” reminds visitors to leave everything untouched.
Sejong Folk Museum was opened in 2012 after being established at the former Geumsa Elementary School. The staff collects, researches, exhibits and provides education on folk materials as a way to provide insight into the everyday lives of our ancestors.
Jeonui Market was where the first Manse Demonstration of Sejong took place on March 13, 1919 in demonstration of the people’s will to regain independence. In addition to the popular restaurants nearby, there are a number of tourist attractions such as Jeonuihyanggyo Confucian School, Jeonui Station and Jeonui Catholic Church.