|Elevation||582 m (1,909 ft)|
|Prominence||582 m (1,909 ft)|
|Parent range||Gwanggyosan Range|
|Easiest route||Gwanggyo Reservoir, Suwon|
Gwanggyosan (582 m) is a big mountain in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. It lies on the border of Suwon and Yongin, though the wider range extends north and so also borders Uiwang, Gwacheon, Seoul and Seongnam.
Gwanggyosan and Pungsu
Interpreted within the context of traditional Korean logic and beliefs – especially within the realm of Korean Confucianism – Gwanggyosan serves as Suwon's jinsan, or Guardian Mountain. This is in keeping with the logic of pungsu (known as feng shui in China), which avers that an ideal site for a city or town is one where there is a jinsan to the north, an open vista, river or a large body of water to the south, and either mountains or valleys to the east and west. As Suwon's jinsan, Gwanggyosan provides a natural landmark indicating the city's position to travelers  and acts as a sort of "shield" against the harsh winds from the north in wintertime. Aiding Gwanggyosan in providing a favorable sense of pungsu to Suwon are the flat farms and paddies in the southern portions of Gwonseon-gu and Yeongtong-gu, Chilbo-san to the west, and the hills along Suwon's border with Yongin to the east.
- "한국의 산하 – 광교산 (Hangugui Sanha – Gwanggyosan)". Korean mountaineering association website. Retrieved 2007-08-07.
- "광교산" (in Korean). Retrieved 2018-06-14.
- "Welcome to Suwon – Gwanggyosan". Suwon City Council. Retrieved 2008-02-18.
- Korean Anthropology: Contemporary Korean Culture in Flux. Eds. Korean National Commission for UNESCO. 2003, pg. 89.
- Korean Anthropology: Contemporary Korean Culture in Flux. Eds. Korean National Commission for UNESCO. 2003, pg. 90.