GONGJU CITY

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Provincial Cultural Material

  • Sameun-gak

    Sameun-gak

    • [Cultural Material No. 59]
    • Location: Hakbong-ri, Banpo-myeon
    • The structure where the memorial tablets of the royal subjects in Koryo era such as Jeong Mong-ju (Poeun), Lee Saek (Mokeun) and Kil Jae (Yaeun) are shrined.
  • Chunghyeon-seowon

    Chunghyeon-seowon

    • [Cultural Material No. 60]
    • Location: Gongam-ri, Banpo-myeon
    • Founded by Suh Ki (Gocheong)- the scholar of the King Seonjo' reign of the Chosun era, this was rebuilt in 1925, where nine (9) Confucian scholars are shrined.
  • Deokcheon-gun Sawoo

    Deokcheon-gun Sawoo

    • [Cultural Material No. 62]
    • Location: Gongam-ri, Banpo-myeon
    • Founded by Suh Ki (Gocheong)- the scholar of the King Seonjo' reign of the Chosun era, this was rebuilt in 1925, where nine (9) Confucian scholars are shrined.
  • Sukmo-jeon

    Sukmo-jeon

    • [Cultural Material No. 67]
    • Location: Hakbong-ri, Banpo-myeon
    • This is the place where the memorial tablets of Danjong, who died after being unthroned by King Sejo, and the tablets of the subjects who protested against the situation.
  • Hwasan Yeongdang

    Hwasan Yeongdang

    • [Cultural Material No. 69]
    • Location: Hwaheon-ri, Gyertong-myeon
    • Portrait scroll of Jeong Gyu-han who was the scholar during the period of King Jeongjong's reign
  • Chungjeol-sa

    Chungjeol-sa

    • [Cultural Material No. 70]
    • Location: Wolsong-dong, Gongju
    • Seowon founded commemorating the learning and virtue of the brothers and cultivating the juniors.
  • Namsan Yeongdang

    Namsan Yeongdang

    • [Cultural Material No. 72]
    • Location : Seonggang-ri, Banpo-myeon
    • The place where the screen portrait of Nam Yi-wung - the 2nd - meritorious class subject in the Injo Revolution.
  • Chungheon-gong Yun Jeon Sawoo

    Chungheon-gong Yun Jeon Sawoo

    • [Cultural Material No. 283]
    • Location: Yupyeong-ri, Gyeryong-myeon
    • Sawoo of Chungheon-gong Yun Jeon who died for the country during the Byeongja Horan.
  • Gongju King Sukjong Taesil-bi

    Gongju King Sukjong Taesil-bi

    • [Cultural Material No. 321]
    • Location : Taebong-dong, Gongju
    • Originally, Tae of Sukjong, the 19th King of Chosun era (1674∼1720) was buried, but in the 2nd year of King Gojong's reign (1869), Tae and Taesil were moved to Yangju, Gyeonggi-do, and currently two (2) Taesil-bi are left only.
  • Gongju Lee Yu-tae's birthplace

    Gongju Lee Yu-tae's birthplace

    • [Cultural Material No. 390]
    • Location : Sangwang-dong
    • As the place where Lee Yu-tae, who was the civil minister in the period of Kings Seonjo and Sukjong of Chosun era, educated the juniors and spent life with book reading. Now there is Yongmun-seowon where Gotaek and Choryo are shrined.
  • Kim Jong-suh's birthplace

    Kim Jong-suh's birthplace

    • [Cultural Material No. 394]
    • Location : wolkok-ri
    • The place where Kim Jong-suh (Jeolje) was born and his family have lived for lives.