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Mt. Bi-seu-san nature rest area

Bi-seul-san harmonizes perfectly with the surrounding peaks, Jowhabong (1,058m), Dae-geonbong (1,084m), and Kwangibong (989m), which are all to be enjoyed at the top.
There are also hundreds of rocks and ancient temples and valleys that make Bi-seul-san even more inviting.   Visitors can view one of the many temples in the area, or just go all out with climbing gear.   The temples, Yugasa and Sojaesa, are located at Dae-geonbong, 36km away from Daegu.   Doseon, a Shilla dynasty era monk, founded these temples in 827 AD.   Sojaesa was founded by Jinbobeobsa, a monk in the Goryeo dynasty (1358 AD).


Mt. Bi-seu-san main elements
House of the woods (7 Pyeong 10 houses 50,000won, 8 rooms( 8 people per room) 60,000won)
Adolescences training center 2 rooms (15 people, 30people)
Tent area (3mx2m 70, 3,000won)
Camp fire area (2.4mx2.4m 10, 4,000won)
Shower room, a grass square, swimming area, kitchen, stall, 2 parking areas

Admission fee Adults 1,000won(group 700won) Adolescences 700won(group 400won) Children 500won(group 300won)
How to get there From Daegu cross country station to Hyun Haeng station
Tel 053-614-5481 ~ 2, 053-650-3595 ~ 6
16-04-2002
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