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House ofYi Ha-bok Important Folk Material No. 197 (House) 32-3, Sanmak-ro 57beon-gil, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do The House of Yi Ha-bok is a thatched-roof house with features characteristic of traditional houses in the farming villages of the central region. The interior part of the roof of anchae (main building) is longer than the rear part, as is in the traditional architectural style, and there is an independent space created for the daughter-in-law. It faces the Sun in the southwest direction.
Hansanhyanggyo Confucian School Municipal/Provincial Monument No. 131 (Confucian School) 76-31, Hansanhyanggyo-gil, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do An educational institute established by the state in the early Joseon Dynasty for the purpose of educating and reforming the people of Hansan
Seocheonhyanggyo Confucian School Municipal/Provincial Monument No. 130 (Confucian School) 315, Gunsa-ri, Seocheon-eup, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do An educational institute established by the state in the early Joseon Dynasty for the purpose of educating and reforming the people of Seocheon
Biinhyanggyo Confucian School Municipal/Provincial Monument No. 129 (Confucian School) 53-5, Hansanhyanggyo-gil, Seocheon-eup, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do An educational institute established by the state in the early Joseon Dynasty for the purpose of educating and reforming the people of Biin
Seocheon Jangamjinseong Fortress Municipal/Provincial Monument No. 97 (Fortress Site/Rampart) 90, Hwasong-gil, Janghang-eup, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do The Jangamjinseong Fortress of Seocheon was built along the southwest area of Humangsan Mountain (90.1m) during the reign of King Jungjong of Joseon.
Seocheon Namsanseong Fortress Municipal/Provincial Monument No. 96 (Fortress Site/Rampart) San 22-1 oe 4 pil, Namsan-ri, Seocheon-eup, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do The Namsanseong Fortress of Seocheon, providing a full view of the surrounding area, was a military strategic point of Baekje as the movements on the West Sea and the mouth of Geumgang River could be monitored from here.
Gravesite of Yi Saek Municipal/Provincial Monument No. 89 (Gravesite) 35, Seowon-ro 172beon-gil, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do This is the gravesite of Mogeun Yi Saek, a prominent writer and scholar in the late Goryeo Dynasty. He was one of the three most prominent Confucian scholars along with Poeun Jeong Mong-ju and Yaeun Gil Jae.
Birthplace of Yi Sang-jae Municipal/Provincial Monument No. 84 (Birthplace/Site) 71, Jongdan-gil, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do This is the birthplace of Yi Sang-jae, an independence activist and nationalist, who passed away on March 29, 1927 and for whom a public funeral was held for the first time in Korea. Restoration work was performed by Seocheon-gun in 1972, 1980 and 2012, and an exhibition hall is in operation to display the remaining articles of Yi Sang-jae.
Wood-carved Amitabha Buddha Triad of Bongseosa Temple Cultural Heritage Material No. 334 (Modeling of Buddha) 197, Hoam-ri, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Bongseosa Temple is a serene temple in which the Wood-Carved Amitabha Buddha Triad, designated as a treasure, is housed in the Geungnakjeon Hall rebuilt in 1999.
Portrait of Kwon Seong Cultural Heritage Material No. 325 (Painting) Hwasan-ri, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do The portraits of Kwon Byeon and Kwon Seong had been enshrined in a confucian school until the Confucian School Abolition and Closure Order was given by Daewongun in 1868 upon which they were transferred to the head of the family clan. A shrine was built in Hwasan-ri, Gisan-myeon and the portrait of Kwon Seong was enshrined here.
Yullisa Shrine Cultural Heritage Material No. 303 (Ceremonial House) 18, Seonggeom-ro 287beon-gil, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do The memorial tablets of 7 members of Pyeongsan Shin family clan including General Shin Sung-gyeom of Goryeo are housed in this shrine. As a family shrine, it was originally called Sedeoksa Shrine.
Hansaneupseong Fortress Cultural Heritage Material No. 134 (Fortress Site/Rampart) 10, Jihyeon-ri, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Hansaneupseong Fortress had contained four gates in the west, east, north and south until 1914 and had the features characteristic of a fortress. The fortress was built with stone during the reign of King Jungjong of Joseon in order to prevent Japanese invasions.
Seocheoneupseong Fortress Cultural Heritage Material No. 132 (Fortress Site/Rampart) 27-16, Guncheong-ro 54beon-gil, Seocheon-eup, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Seocheoneupseong Fortress is a stone fortress constructed during the reign of King Sejong. According to legend, a bet was made between 100 women and 1 man, well-known for his formidable strength. The women were to build the fortress and the man was to build a bridge (Hongyeodari Bridge). While the women were screaming out of joy and excitement after finishing the fortress construction, the man quickly inserted the last stone into the bridge, and the result was a tie.
Jiseok-ri Three-story Stone Pagoda Cultural Heritage Material No. 131 (Stone Pagoda) 39-28, Jiseok-gil, Jongcheon-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do This stone pagoda, which is speculated to have been built in the Goryeo Dynasty, was situated in Huirisan Mountain. The residents of Jiseok-ri prevented the Japanese from taking it to their own country during the Japanese occupation period, and preserved in the old Gidong Station site.
Bongnam-ri Three-story Stone Pagoda Cultural Heritage Material No. 130 (Stone Pagoda) San 58-3, Bongnam-ri, Maseo-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Precious jewelries found inside this stone pagoda, dating from the Goryeo Dynasty, were stolen by the Japanese army during the Japanese occupation period. It is a three-story pagoda situated in an old temple site in Bongnam-ri.
Suam-ri Three-story Stone Pagoda Cultural Heritage Material No. 129 (Stone Pagoda) 231, Suam-ri, Munsan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do This is a three-story pagoda built on a two-story stylobate as a way to wish for high winds every year. A fascinating aspect about this structure is that the entire pagoda was carved out of one piece of rock.
Memorial Stone for Yi Saek Cultural Heritage Material No. 127 (Memorial Stone) 89-20, Geojisan-gil, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Sindobi is a memorial stone with inscription of the lifelong achievements of a king or a high-ranking official, etc. and erecting it on a road near the person's gravesite. The Memorial Stone for Yi Saek is a sindobi that was erected to pay tribute to Mogeun Yi Saek, a prominent writer and scholar in the late Goryeo Dynasty.
Munheonseowon Confucian School Cultural Heritage Material No. 125 (Confucian School/Real Property) 66, Seowon-ro 172beon-gil, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Munheonseowon Fortress was founded to commemorate the academic achievements and virtues of Mogeun Yi Saek and Gajeong Yi Gok, the loyal subjects in the late Goryeo Dynasty.
Maryang-ri Camellia Forest Natural Monument No. 169 (Northernmost Limit of Camellia Colony) 275-1, Maryang-ri, Seo-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do According to legend, 300 years ago, after dreaming of a bouquet of flowers on the sea, theMaryangcheomsawent out to the location and saw flowers floating on the water. He picked up the flowers and planted it, and this gave rise to Maryang-ri Camellia Forest.
Wooden Blocks of Literature of Gajeong and Mogeun Municipal/Provincial Tangible Cultural Heritage No. 77 (Records) 47, Seowon-ro 172beon-gil, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do The wooden blocks carved to publish the literature of Gajeong Yi Gok, a great scholar from the late Goryeo Dynasty, and his son Mogeun Yi Saek. They have high historical value as cultural and literary materials of Korea.
Seocheon Hand-held Fan Craftsman Municipal/Provincial Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 21 (Craftsmanship) 183, Jihyeon-ri, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Lee Han-gyu, a hand-held fan craftsman, learned the techniques to fabricate peacock hand-held fans from his father Lee Eul-yong and has been carrying on the legacy of peacock hand-held fan production.
Seocheon-jeosan-pareup-gilssam-nori Municipal/Provincial Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 13 (Game and Ceremonies) 1089, Chungjeol-ro, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do King Yuri of Silla (ruling period: 24~57 AD) instructed the two princesses to divide the women in the area into teams for a weaving (gilssam) contest. The fabrics were then judged on Chuseok, and the losing team had to treat the winners to alcoholic beverages and food, according to Samguk Sagi (The Chronicles of the Three States). For the purpose of preserving and passing on this folk contest, the Jeonsan-parep-gilssam-nori (ramie fabric weaving game) was discovered through systematic historical research and reproduction. This folk game is being promoted at home and abroad through demonstrations given at the annual Mosi (Ramie Fabric) Culture Festival.
Seocheon Chief Carpenter Municipal/Provincial Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 10 (Craftsmanship) 632, Geumbok-ri, Munsan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Jeong Yeong-jin, designated as an Important Intangible Cultural Heritage, began mastering the techniques involved in restoring cultural heritage at the age of 19 in order to revive the classical architectural style of Korea and carry on the legacy of his father as a master carpenter. He restored the Palsangjeon Hall of Beopjusa Temple, designated as National Treasure No. 55 as well as 52 designated and non-designated cultural assets, thereby contributing to the preservation of the original forms of numerous cultural assets. With excellent construction techniques as a carpenter, he has been presenting aesthetic harmony in his works.
Hansan Sogokju Municipal/Provincial Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 3 (Food & Beverage) 67-3, Hoam-ri, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do This is a royal rice wine with a unique flavor and smell from the Baekje period. It was made and drunk by the people of Baekje to ease the heartache after the fall of Baekje.
Hansan Semosi (Fine-Textured Ramie Fabric) Weaving Important Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 14 (Intagible Heritage, Craftsmanship, Fabric Craftsmanship, Textile Craftsmanship) 60-1, Jihyeon-ri, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Hansan Mosi (ramie fabric), also called Jeopo and Jeochi, has been used for a long time. It is made out of skin-peeled ramie plant.
Geonjisanseong Fortress Historic Site No. 60 (Fortress Site/Rampart) 1089, Chungjeol-ro, Hansan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Geonjisanseong Fortress is located at a major traffic point of the mouth of the Geumgang River. It was built in a new architectural style that emerged in the late Baekje period as the main fortress serving as the base for the Baekje Revival Movement.
Seocheon Seongbuk-ri Five-story Stone Pagoda Treasure No. 224 (Stone Pagoda) 182-1, Seongbuk-ri, Gisan-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do Seongbuk-ri Five-story Stone Pagoda is Baekje-style stone pagoda erected in Bijung-hyeon (present-day Biin) in Baekje. Other Baekje-style stone pagodas include the Five-story Stone Pagoda of Muryangsa Temple in Buyeo, Jangha-ri Three-story Stone Pagoda in Buyeo, Wanggung-ri Stone Pagoda iin Iksan and Stone Pagoda (Nammae Pagoda) of Cheongnyangsaji Temple Site in Gongju. Seongbuk-ri Five-story Stone Pagoda dating from the Goryeo Dynasty has high value as it provides important information on the route of dissemination of the Baekje-style stone pagodas.