GONGJU CITY

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Provincial Memorial

  • Sungseon-gun's Tomb

    Sungseon-gun's Tomb

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 6]
    • Location : Ohreung-ri Yiin-myeon.
    • He was buried here because he followed his father, King Injo in the 2nd year of King Injo's reign (1624) because of the revolt of Lee Gwal.
  • Shingwan-dong Stone-made Old Tomb

    Shingwan-dong Stone-made Old Tomb

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 7]
    • Location: Gwangjeong-ri, Jeongan-myeon
    • Kim Ock-gyun, a politician at the end of Korea who initiated the enlightening of Korea was born here and lived here until he was seven years old.
  • Kim Ock-gyun's birthplace

    Kim Ock-gyun's birthplace

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 13]
    • Location: Gwangjeong-ri, Jeongan-myeon
    • Kim Ock-gyun, a politician at the end of Korea who initiated the enlightening of Korea was born here and lived here until he was seven years old.
  • Tomb of the great Buddhist priest Yeonggyu

    Tomb of the great Buddhist priest Yeonggyu

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 15]
    • Location: Yupyeong-ri, Gyeryong-myeon
    • Tomb of the great Buddhist priest Yeonggyu who, at the occurrence of the Imjin War, collected the priest army and restored the Cheongju castle.
  • Tomb of the General Kim Jong-seo

    Tomb of the General Kim Jong-seo

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 16]
    • Location: Daegyo-ri, Janggi-myeon
    • When King Danjong came to the throne at his age of 12, Kim Jong-seo, protecting the young king as Jwaeui-jeong, together with two sons was killed by Sooyang-daegun who was watching for the throne.
  • Gyeryong-san Invocation Place

    Gyeryong-san Invocation Place

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 18]
    • Location: Hakbong-ri, Banpo-myeon
    • The place where the royal subjects were shrined, including Sayukshin who fought to death being faithful to their principles when the King Sejo (1455∼1468) took the crown from Danjong.
  • Shrine for Three Mangyeong No Martyrs

    Shrine for Three Mangyeong No Martyrs

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 23]
    • Location: Giwsan-ri, Useong-myeon
    • Shrine for three brother martyrs who died at the Imjin war together with 700 martyrs after having joined at the war as loyal troops.
  • Namhyeol-saji

    Namhyeol-saji

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 35]
    • Location: guemhak-dong
    • Estimated as the temple erected in Baekje Region near which a variety of tile pieces with the pattern used after the Unified Shilla were excavated.
  • Suwon-saji

    Suwon-saji

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 36]
    • Location: okryong-dong
    • As the temple site located at the northwest skirt of Wolseong-san, Suwon-sa is deemed to have been founded in the period of King Wideok's reign in Baekje era (554∼598) in view of the story of Mireuk Seonhwa stated in『Samguk-yusa』.
  • Seohyeol-saji

    Seohyeol-saji

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 37]
    • Location: ungjin-dong
    • As the temple site located at the east of Mangwol-san, Seohyeol-sa is deemed to have been founded in Baekje era in view of roof tile engraved in 'Seohyeol-sa’, roof end tile with Baekje's typical lotus flower pattern, a variety of Unified Shilla and Koryo roof tiles, stone pagoda members and corner stones used.
  • Jumi-saji

    Jumi-saji

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 38]
    • Location: jumi-dong
    • Jumi-sam is the stone cave temple like Seohyeol-sa, Namhyeol-sa in Gongju, and is deemed to have been founded in Unified Shilla in view of the remains excavated.
  • Gooryong-saji

    Gooryong-saji

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 39]
    • Location: sangshin-ri, Banpo-myeon
    • As the temple site located halfway down toward the north of Gyeryong-san, which is deemed to have been founded in the later era of Baekje or the early stage of Unified Shilla in view of the remains of Baejke and Unified Shilla eras.
  • Goganwon-ji

    Goganwon-ji

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 51]
    • Location: Chugye-ri, Yugu-eup
    • This is the place where Mun Geukgyum, who was the civil minister in the Koryo era, went down to cultivate the juniors, having his tomb and shrine.
  • Ongniobong-seong

    Ongniobong-seong

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 99]
    • Location: Okryong-dong
    • This is the Toemoe-styled earthen castle that is built with the peak of Ongniobong in the length of 60m, located at the northeast of the Gongsan-seong surrounded by earthen wall. It is deemed to have been used as an associated castle belonging to the Gongsan-seong in view of the construction method of castle wall, location of castle, remains discovered in the castle, etc.
  • Gongju Jungdong Cathedral

    Gongju Jungdong Cathedral

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 142]
    • Location: Jungdong, Gongju-si
    • Established in 1897, the Jungdong Cathedral has approx. 100 years of history, having been built in Gothic style of architecture.
  • Geumhak-dong Ancient Tomb Group

    Geumhak-dong Ancient Tomb Group

    • [Provincial Memorial Material No. 168]
    • Location: Geumhak-dong
    • Located at the upper part of the Gongju Tunnel that connects Okryong-dong and Geumhak-dong in Gongju at the lower edge of Wolseong-san, this tomb group is valuable data for researching the tomb system of Baekje era. In addition, the remains made of gold and silver excavated from these tomb group is important academic and research data for the Baekje's ruling class in the Woongjin era.