6 Best Places to Visit in Cheonan-si City in South Korea
I haven’t been able to travel domestically for a while for various reasons. It’s been a long time since I’ve taken out last year’s photos because I feel sorry for them. Cheonan-si City in South Korea is loved as a day trip destination because it is close to the metropolitan area, and the history and culture of Cheonan-si City in South are permeated throughout the city, making it a perfect day trip destination. Cheonan is a city that I also love. It’s because it’s a city where I lived as a resident for two years until recently. As a resident and traveler, I would like to introduce Cheonan travel destinations that are good to go when the days get better and the situation improves. For reference, the photo is ‘Tous Jour’, a bread village in Cheonan.
Independence Hall is one of the must-see places in Cheonan-si City in South Korea . Every time I visit Independence Hall, I am always amazed at the sheer size of it, and I am also moved by the fact that admission is ‘free’. It takes half a day to see the entire Independence Hall. Put on comfortable walking shoes and enjoy the whole museum. The Independence Hall has 7 exhibition halls. You can also study history through various exhibitions and experiences. You can also walk around the Dulle-Gil behind the memorial hall.
Behind the Independence Hall is the Dulle-Gil that surrounds the memorial.
In autumn, the place is crowded with colorful autumn leaves. That’s why it’s called Maple Forest Road. It takes almost an hour to walk around the 3.2km Dullegil. If walking on this forest path is not enough, you can follow the signs at Dullegil to climb the summit of Heukseongsan Mountain, which is 519m above sea level. From the Dulle-Gil to the summit, you can climb another one or two hours. Parking: KBS Heukseongsan Relay Station San 24-9, Jisan-ri, Mokcheon-up, Mokcheon-up, Dongnam-gu, Cheonan-si City in South Korea, Chungcheongnam-do (Of course, more people come by car because there is a road to the top of Heukseongsan Mountain.)
Yu Gwan-sun’s birthplace and memorial
This is Byeongcheon, where martyr Yu Gwan-sun, who died at the age of 18 while fighting for independence, spent his childhood. Martyr Yu Gwan-sun, who led the independence movement at the Aunae Marketplace in Byeongcheon-myeon on April 1, was arrested by the Japanese and imprisoned in Gongju Prison and Seodaemun Prison. Yu Gwan-sun’s remains is located about a 10-minute drive from the Independence Hall of Korea. I think it would be good to travel to Byeongcheon in the warm sunlight and follow in the footsteps of martyr Yu Gwan-sun. And there is one more famous thing in Byeongcheon, where the Yu Gwan-sun ruins are located. ‘Byeongcheon Sundae’. If you come to Byeongcheon, we recommend you try the Byeongcheon Sundae.
Cheonhoji (Dandae Lake)
The original name of this place was Anseoho or Cheonhoji, but now it is more famous as ‘Dandaeho Lake’.
The lake is located right in front of Dankook University’s Cheonan Campus, hence the name ‘Dandae Lake’. Dandae Lake is crowded with cherry blossoms in spring, but other than that, it is quiet. The yellow sunset spreading over the lake is beautiful, so it is good to go to see the sunset in any season. In particular, the night view of Cheonhoji is famous enough to be included in one of the 12 scenic spots in Cheonan.
There is a calm lake in front of the school, and there is a fairly neatly maintained promenade around it. There are also pretty cafes lined up along the lake enough to be called
‘cafe street’, attracting young people. It is a lake where you can enjoy a cup of coffee quietly and quietly.
Cheonan-si City in South Korea
Tous Jour, the breaddol kiln village that is known as the nation’s largest bakery theme town.
It is one of the bakery pilgrimage courses that you must visit when you come to Cheonan. It’s a bread-themed theme park!
Of course, the bread has to be delicious, right? A place where about 40 bakers bake 100 types of bread without stopping. There is also a pretty building reminiscent of a fairy tale village in Breaddolkiln Village. There is a cafe with a wide lawn, a bakery, and a greenhouse house. If you are a bread lover, your wallet may feel lighter, so you should eat well.
Arario Square and Arario Gallery
Arario Gallery , established in 2002, is a representative cultural space in Cheonan. Arario Gallery, equipped with an exhibition facility of over 900 pyeong, exhibits various works of artists that are attracting attention from all over the world. In front of the gallery located at the Cheonan Intercity Bus Terminal, there is Arario Sculpture Square, which is called the ‘No Admission Gallery’. The Arario Gallery, a brown building that harmonizes with it, has to be entered by paying an entrance fee.
However, since the entrance fee is cheap, it is a must-see art museum if you visit Cheonan.
The last one is Cheonan Samgeori, which belongs to the first of the 12 scenic spots in Cheonan. Is there a reason why it’s 1st?
Samgeori Park, which presents different scenery for each season, boasts a fairly large site with a total area of 96,000 square meters
. Normally, it is a quiet and leisurely park, so it is good to come for a picnic or a walk, but
it is not enough for travelers to find it. But every September, the Heungtaryeong Festival is held here.
At that time, dancers from all over the country or all over the world flock to it. So, it is one of the must-see places in Cheonan!
Cheonan Samgeori Park
The picture is of a small lake located in Taejosan Park.
There are a few things to see in Cheonan, right? Above, it was Cheonan’s ‘extremely subjective best’. I sincerely hope that the day will come when I will be able to travel comfortably in my heart as soon as possible.
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