Address: Buyeo-eup, Buyeo-gun, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea
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Journey to Chungcheongnam-do Province - Land Welcoming the Morning
The last battle at Sabiseong Fortress was the conclusion to 700 years of Baekje’s history. Sabi, meaning “dawn” in Korean, is now called Buyeo, which means “the morning has come.” Just like its changed name, morning always comes after the dawn; though the ancient kingdom fell and became a part of history, Buyeo still preserves its past and heritage. Stepping outside the asphalt-covered cities, Chungcheongnam-do Province offers a connection to the soil that breathes with life.
[Travel course] - Mudflat of Seosan’s Garorim Bay - Taean Sinduri Coastal Sand Dune - Taean DuWoong Wetland - Buyeo Gungnamji Pond - Buyeo Nakhwaam Rock
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More streets and mountain at Buyeo, 부여 South Korea
This is more streets in the Buyeo neighborhood that my son lives in, and the entrance to the mountain behind him.
There are a lot of videos of him and his friends climbing this mountain at his youtube under wcdeich4.
Blooming Flavor of Lotus Leaf: Yeonnip-bap
Gungnamji Pond in the town of Buyeo-eup in Buyeo-gun County of Chungcheongnam-do Province is covered in gorgeous lotus flowers every summer. Built on the site of the last capital of the ancient Baekje Kingdom, this was the first royal garden made during the reign of King Mu of the Silla Kingdom, a time when he had a legendary romance with Princess Seonhwa. With an abundance of fully bloomed lotus flowers in summer at the pond, the county is famous for cuisine featuring neatly prepared dishes made with lotus.