Hangang flows across the waist of the Korean peninsula across
Gangwon-do, Chungcheongbuk-do, Gyeonggi-do, and Seoul
Geumgang passes through Jangsu and forms Yongdam Lake
continuing on to Muju and Yeongdong. Its beauty peaks at
Muju Gucheon-dong and is praised as Yangsan's Eight Beautiful Sceneries.
Yeongsangang begins at Yongchu Valley in Yongyeon-ri, Yong-
myeon, Damyang-gun. The stream that runs through the
valley of Gamagol within four kilometers of Chuwolsan Moun
tain in Damyang is also called Yongso.
Nakdonggang starts at Neodeolsaem Spring in Hambaeksan
Mountain, part of the Taebaeksan Mountains in Taebaek,
Gangwon-do. The stream trickles on and forms a river that
travels all over Gyeongsangbuk-do and Gyeongsangnam-do
until it flows out into the ocean at Busan's Dadaepo Beach.