Cheongpung Cultural Heritage Complex, also known as the ‘small folk village in the Cheongpung Lakeside’, is home to two treasures, nine local cultural properties and over 2000 restored relics. Cheongpung Lake, which can be seen from the Complex, is a tourist location with beautiful scenery and various attractions. Surrounded by Mount Bibong shaped like a phoenix flying across the lake and Mount Geumsu that makes you feel cozy, Cheonpung Lakeside offers an exquisite scenery.
Bakdaljae, known for the song ‘Crying Over the Hill Bakdaljae’, got its name from the heartbreaking love story between Bakdal and Geumbong. Once a sacred place where worship ceremonies for the sky were held since the beginning of our nation, the mountain zigzagging up and down ninety-nine times and blue sky make up a picturesque landscape.
Baeron Holy Ground is the one and only Catholic sacred place in Korea which holds great meaning in Catholic history and is regarded as the ‘cradle’ of Korean Catholicism. Quite many tourists and worshipers visit the small mountain town on weekends and holidays. In fall, colorful maple leaves and green grass together create a lovely scenery.
‘Jadeurak-gil’ refers to a narrow track on slope of a mountain. Jadeurakgil offers a nice walk around the forest by the Cheongpung Lake. The lake breeze, scent of wild herbs and the energy of the mountain allow visitors to discover their new selves. Visitors will surely immerse themselves in the surroundings of the seven tracking courses.