Cheonggyesan (Seoul/Gyeonggi)

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Cheonggyesan
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Map of Cheonggyesan in South Korea
Map of Cheonggyesan in South Korea
Cheonggyesan
Location
Highest point
Elevation620 m (2,030 ft)
Coordinates37°24′56″N 127°02′29″E / 37.41556°N 127.04139°E / 37.41556; 127.04139Coordinates: 37°24′56″N 127°02′29″E / 37.41556°N 127.04139°E / 37.41556; 127.04139
Geography
LocationSouth Korea
Climbing
Easiest routefrom Indeogwon Station, Yangjae Station then by MaEul Bus 08 to the HwangSeung Bus Stop(환승주차장)
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationCheonggyesan
McCune–ReischauerCh'ŏnggyesan

Cheonggyesan is a mountain in South Korea. It extends over the district of Seocho-gu in Seoul, the national capital, and the cities of Gwacheon, Uiwang, and Seongnam in the province of Gyeonggi-do. It has an elevation of 620 m (2,034 ft).[1]

Cheonggyesan Mountain is located in the outskirts of Seoul and has Seoul Land, a theme park, Gwacheon Seoul Grand Park, Seoul Racing Park, and Gwacheon National Science Museum. The hiking trail is located in Seocho, Gangnam, and there are Cheonggye Valley, Ganarigol, Yangjae Freight Terminal, and Senjyeong-dong. In addition, there is a hiking trail from Mangyeo-dong in Gwacheon, and it is popular to walk from Cheonggyecheon, Uiwang-dong to Imsubong Mangyeongdae. On the south-west, Cheonggyesa Temple, which was built during the Silla Dynasty, is located at the eastern foot of Seoul Memorial Park and the Gyeongbu Expressway flows southeast. [2]

Geography[edit]

Cheonggyesa Temple


Hiking Trails[edit]

Broadcasting Facilities[edit]

FM Radio
Frequency Station Name Call Letters Output Broadcast Range
94.5㎒ YTN NEWSFM HLQV-FM 3㎾ Seoul Metropolitan Area, Northern part of North Chungcheong Province

Transportation[edit]

From Yangjae Station take bus number 4432

From Indeogwon Station Exit 2 take bus number 10 or 10-1 to the "Cheonggyesan Parking Lot" Stop

From Moran Station Exit 3 take the Neighborhood bus number 11-1

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Yu 2007, p.120.
  2. ^ "청계산" (in Korean). Retrieved 2018-05-26.

References[edit]

  • Yu Jeong-yeol (2007). 한국의 산 여행 (Travel Guide to Korean Mountains). Seoul: 관동 상억연구회 (Kwandong). ISBN 978-89-958055-1-0.