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Heukseong Mountain
Nov 16, 2017

Heukseon Mountain (519m) faces Eunyulsan Mountain beyond Sanbang Stream to its east, Seongeo Mountain past Taejobong to its north, and overlooks the City of Cheonan past Majeom Mountain to its west. It joins Chwiam and Goryeo mountains past Seungcheon Stream to its south.

The peak of Heukseong Mountain was a fortress site, which remains partially today. Heukseong Mountain was originally called Geomeun Mountain, meaning “black mountain,” but the name changed to Heukseong Mountain during the Japanese colonial period. It should be noted that many patriots including Kim Si-min, Yi Dong-ryeong, Lee Beom-seok, Yu Gwan-sun and Jo Byeong-ok were born around this area. According to Pungsujiri (geomancy), this area has been considered as propitious site as the “left blue dragon” to Seoul and as a “golden hen incubating its eggs.”


Address : 46-12, Gyochon 7-gil, Mokcheon-eup, Dongnam-gu, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, 31229

Bus : 310

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