|Location||74 Oryu-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon|
|Line(s)||Honam Line, Honam Line (KTX)|
|Opened||November 1, 1936|
The station is accessible by bus, or by walking from Metro line 1 station Oryong (approx. 12 min walk) or the slightly farther station Seodaejeon Negeori (approx. 15 min walk).
Surroundings tourist site
Bomunsan, which is located in Daejosa-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon, and 11 other dongs, is one of the eight monuments in Daejeon. There are many cultural properties along with resting places such as Bomun Land, Pupu Land, Youth Square, Bomunsan Park (Sajung Park), outdoor music hall, observatory, amusement facilities and cable car. There are also 10 trails, including Sylbong Road, Moonpilbong Road, and Mountain Road. The top of the mountain is a meaningful mountain with cultural assets and monuments such as Bomunsan fortress, Mae Arya, and Bomunsa Temple.
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