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Yeonsangang

Yeonsangang 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 Mountain in Damyang is also called Yongso. The stream expands into Damyang Lake continuing its flow to Wolgyecheon Stream, Jiseokcheon Stream, and Yeongsan Lake. It makes its way to Mokpo and flows into the Yellow Sea past the Yeongsan Bank. The river is 138.75 kilometers long. It is one of the four major rivers in Korea beginning and ending in the Southern state and is a precious source of water in the region.

  • Yeonsangang [Photo]
  • Yeonsangang [Photo]
  • Yeonsangang [Photo]

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  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]
  • Juksanbo [Photo]

Juksanbo

Juksanbo's design was inspired by the Yeongsangang, the main water source of southern provinces. It was the life and soul for the past two-thousand years. The shape consists of curves reminding the viewer of the meandering river. Juksanbo is nothing short of the region's new landmark.

Juksanbo Map
Address
  • Left 129-1, Juksan-ri, Dasi-myeon, Naju-si, Jeollanam-do
  • Right 246, Juksan-ri, Dasi-myeon, Naju-si, Jeollanam-do
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]
  • Seungchonbo [Photo]

Seungchonbo

Seungchonbo embodies a budding seed and the region's cultural aspects wishing a new birth for Yeongsan.

Seungchonbo Map
Address
  • Left 769-1, Singa-ri, Geumcheon-myeon, Naju-si, Jeollanam-do
  • Right 565-1, Seungchon-dong, Nam-gu, Gwangju-si