Ssanggyesa Temple 쌍계사 Attraction

59, Ssanggyesa-gil, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do 경상남도 하동군 화개면 쌍계사길 59 (화개면)

Located on the southern part of Jirisan Mountain, Ssanggyesa Temple and Hwaeomsa Temple are among the most popular temples in the Jirisan area. Constructed by Sambeob who was a disciple of Euisang in the 23rd year of King Seongdeok’s reign during the Silla Era, it was called Okcheonsa Temple at first. Then, the Buddhist Monk, Jingam changed its name to Ssanggyesa Temple after having seeded around the temple with tea from China. The temple was burnt down during the Japanese Invasion, Imjinwaeran (1592-1598) and later rebuilt.

Jirisan Trail: Ssang-gyesa Temple - Samsinbong Attraction

Samsinbong Peak Course (삼신봉코스) (5 hr / 8.3km) Ssanggyesa Temple (쌍계사) - Buril falls (불일폭포) - Samsinbong (삼신봉)

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  • 2016-10-02 21:22:00+00:00
Hiking to Samsinbong from Ssang-gyesa Temple, one way distance of 9km (5 hours one way). The weather is misty and raining, can't get any view at the top but the mist disperse partially on the way down. Autumn foliage is minimal. The hike is good, but also painfully long. There are shorter hike to Samsinbong from other villages.

Simni (10ri) Cherry Blossom Road 십리벚꽃길 Attraction

Samsin-ri, Hwagae-myeon, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea

Cherry blossoms cover Simni (10ri*) Cherry Blossom Road from Hwagae Market to Ssanggyesa Temple. Along with Gurye's sansuyu flowers, Hwagae's cherry blossoms symbolize the onset of spring at Jirisan Mountain. Every year in March and April, the cherry blossom road draws in many visitors.

  • naver.com
  • 2016-06-09 00:00:00+00:00
봄의 아름다움은 밝고 초롱초롱하고 아 정말 예쁘군요 벚꽃 !

Jirisan National Park (Hadong) 지리산국립공원(하동) Attraction

Beomwang-ri, Hwagae-myeon, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do 경남 하동군 화개면 , 범왕리

The Hadong (하동) part of Jirisan National Park is full of great tourist attractions such as Ssanggyesa Temple, Chilbulsa Temple, Bulil Falls, Hwagye Valley, Cheonghak-dong Village and Doinchon Town.

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Pyeongsari Park 평사리공원 Attraction

77, Pyeongsa-ri, Agyang-myeon, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do 경남 하동군 악양면 평사리 77

Situated along Seomjingang (Seomjin River) between Gurye and Hadong, Pyeongsari Park was built for the enjoyment of summer tourists to the area. In addition to the beautiful river, the park is home to campgrounds (open year-round), numerous shaded rest spots, basketball courts, soccer fields, and an abundance of parking space. Decorated with Jangseung (totem poles, which used to be set at the entrance of villages), the spacious park is full of excellent amenities: barbecue grills, benches, drinking fountains, and clean bathrooms. The sandy banks of the river offer a unique opportunity to catch marsh clams.

  • daum.net
  • 2016-08-08 04:52:38+00:00
개치마을에서 바라본 평사리공원 전경 놀이판 들뫼 박재홍 회장의 사회로 진행되는 음악회는 브람스의 왈츠와 헝가리 무곡, 바흐의 미뉴에트 1·2·3, 피아졸리의 리베르탱고, 오블라디 오블라다, 여인의 향기, 영화 클래식 OST 등 일반인에게 익숙한 명곡이 연주된다.
  • naver.com
  • 2016-04-28 00:00:00+00:00
정보를 검색하고...계획하고...행동하고... 그리고....행복을 찾는 것..... 이번 하동 평사리공원 오토캠핑장에서의 우리들의 1박2일은 그렇게 더욱 특별한 시간이었다.

Maeam Tea Museum 매암차문화박물관 Attraction

348, Agyangseo-ro, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do 경상남도 하동군 악양면 악양서로 348

Maeam Tea Museum originally started from a tea garden in 1964 established by Gang Seongho. The tea museum features hands-on programs that allow participants to directly experience the process of making tea and also learn about proper tea culture.

  • naver.com
  • 2015-10-07 00:00:00+00:00
푸르른 녹차밭 바라보며 차한잔 ~ 넘 멋지지 않나요.. 매암차문화박물관 & 매암다원 하동 여행중 가볼만한곳 인듯해용~^^

Choi Champandaek 최참판댁, House of Choi Champan Attraction

76-23, Pyeongsari-gil, Agyang-myeon, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do 경상남도 하동군 악양면 평사리길 76-23 (악양면)

Located in a small folk literature village in Agyang-myeon, Pyeongsa-ri along the Seomjingang River at the foot of Jirisan Mountain, Choe Champandaek consists of fourteen hanok (Korean traditional house) buildings.

  • chosun.com
  • 2013-03-11 00:00:00+00:00
한국 대하소설의 백미로 꼽히는 박경리의 ‘토지’, 그 토지를 배경으로 지은 마을이 하동 최참판댁이다. 실재하지 않았던 마을을 소설 속에 나온 배경을 그대로 본떠 지은 가상 속의 마을인 셈이다.

Agyang-myeon 악양면 Attraction

Agyang-myeon, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea 경남 하동군 악양면

Agyang-myeon’s unique atmosphere invokes feelings of nostaligia as well as fresh natural scents of the outdoors. At the foot of the mountain is a time-honored wild tea field that has existed more than 1,300 years. Green tea from Hadong has long been known as superior to all other green teas.