Juwangsan National Park
|Juwangsan National Park|
Canyon in the park
|Area||107.42 km2 (41.48 sq mi)|
|Established||30 March 1976|
|Governing body||Korea National Park Service|
Juwangsan National Park (Korean: 주왕산국립공원, 周王山國立公園) is located in North Gyeongsang province, South Korea, and is part of the Taebaek mountain range. It was designated the 12th national park in South Korea in 1976. The total size of the park is 107.42 km2 (41.48 sq mi). The park is home to 88 plant species and 924 animal species.
- Daejeonsa Temple
- Jusanji lake
- Juwangam - Hermitage
- Baekryeonam - Hermitage
- Dalgi Waterfall
- Juwangsan Royal Azalea Festival - annual festival, held the first week of May.
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