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Cheongpung Cultural Heritage Complex contains artifacts collected from the region before it was flooded to form Chungjuho Lake after the construction of Chungju dam. Eungcheonggak, Hanbyeongnu Pavilion, and handful of Goryeo and Joseon era structures are the highlights of the complex. A small section of...More
At first, the idea of random cultural complex out of nowhere really didn't appeal to me. But I would say this place is totally worth visiting if you are visiting Jecheon.
The thing to check out is the last stop in the attraction where you...More
If you have spare time when visiting Seoul, there is a place in Jecheon city that you can go to. Jecheon from Seoul Station is about two-hour train ride. I would recommend Cheongpung though the transportation is a bit hard going to this place after...More
It was raining when we got here, we walked the path leading to the model houses of the past centuries of Korea. We were also educated by our tour guide on how was life during those times which was pretty much the same anywhere in...More
Good to see korean traditional houses. The setting is very good with the lake around. Unfortunately it was raining so we couldn't do the monorail which is supposed to give an excellent view of the entire valley.
I visited here while it was raining and it was a great experience. The pavillion at the top has a priceless view and the flags at the top makes you feel like its a small fortress. Do not forget to follow the way going down...More
The place is big, and has a multitude of buildings that range from the simple farmers houses to nobility dancing ball pavillions. The view across the lake below is fantastic, and if you time the visit to see the dancing water jet you get an...More