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Hapcheon, Gyeongsangnam-do 합천 - (Travel Info Korea)
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Hapcheon-gun is located in the northwest of Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea. The county seat is Hapcheon-eup. The administrative division is 1eup 16myeon. There is Haeinsa temple in Gaya-myeon. It has Janggyeong Panjeon, world heritage, and the Tripitaka Koreana, Memory of the World. (Data source : Wikipedia)




Gayasan Mountain


Gayasan mountain has so graceful shape that it is crowded with many tourists all the year round. The foot of a mountain to Hapcheon looks soft, and that to Seongju-gun is rough and steep. You can see mysterious nature with oddly formed rocks and strangely shaped stones and autumn leaves. Snowy landscape of Gayasan mountain is like a piece of painting. Pine trees and broad leaf trees are standing around Hongnyudong valley, and they have been selected to the best of Gayasan mountain.


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Address: Gaya-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do

Contact information: 055-930-8000

Website: http://gaya.knps.or.kr

The way to visit: Seongju IC→ Daegacheollo→ Changcheon three-way intersection

→ Gayasan Mountain

Climbing course: the first course(4.0km, 2 hours 30minutes)→ the entrance of Haeinsa temple→ the rock cliff Buddha crossroads→ Tosangol crossroads→ the top of Gayasan mountain

the second course(4.3km, 2hours 30minutes): Baegundong ticket office→ Seoseongjae→ the top of Gayasan mountain

the third course(2.3km, 1hour 30minutes): Cheongnyang-dong ticket office→ Jungbong peak→ Namsanjeilbong Peak

the forth course(2.6km, 1hour 30minutes): Haeinsa temple tourist hotel→ the middle of Obongsan mountain

the fifth course(3.0km, 2hours 30minutes): Baegundong valley visit center→ Seoseongjae






Mosanjae Pass of Hwangmaesan Mountain



The mountain looks like a huge rock, which reminds of a piece of Korean painting. Different shaped rocks and the pine trees between them are amazing. Royal azalea covers the endless meadow in spring, and red autumn leaves cover the whole mountain in fall.




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Address: Daebyeong-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do

Contact information: 055-930-3756~8

Website: http://culture.hc.go.kr/

The way to visit: Gunbuk IC, right turn→ Daeui intersection, right turn→ Samga three-way intersection→ left turn→ Jangdae three-way intersection, right turn→ Meeting Plaza, Hwangmaesan mountain, left turn












Haeinsa Temple



Haeinsa temple, which is located in the southern part of Gayasan mountain, is one of the three main temples in Korea. The Buddhist temple enshrines the Tripitaka Koreana that is the word of Buddha. There is Gayasan mountain on the backside of the temple, and Maehwasan in front of it. The pine forest and mountain temple are splendid. Haeinsa temple has preserved 70 relics like the Tripitaka Koreana, Rock-carved Buddha, Samyeong Daesa tombstone and Gilsangtap.




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Address: Chiin-ri 10, Gaya-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do

Contact information: 055-934-3000

Website: http://www.haeinsa.or.kr/

The way to visit: Haeinsa temple IC→ Gaya-myeon→ Gayasan mountain(Haeinsa temple)






Hwanggye Falls



Hwanggye falls consist of two parts. The upper fall is 12 meters high, and down fall is 20 meters high. The water is flowing all the year round. It is the best summer resort even in the hot weather. The legend says the dragon lived here due to the deep water.




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Address: Hwanggye-ri, Yongju-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do

Contact information: 055-930-3756

Website: http://culture.hc.go.kr/

The way to visit: Gunbuk IC→ Daeui-myeon→ Gunsamga-myeon→ Gahoe-myeon→Hapcheon dam→ Hwanggye falls






Odosan Natural Recreation Forest



Azalea and royal azalea in spring. Cool valley in summer. Colorful autumn leaves in fall. Everything is beautiful. In particular, mountain climbing is amazing. The legend says Doseon guksa stayed for his ascetic practice after admiring the vitality and beautiful landscape of Odosan in the late Silla period. Facilities like forest house, campground have been made along the valley for tourists. After climbing the mountain, you can overlook wonderful Hapchoenho tourist site.




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Address: Apgok-ri mountain 150, Bongsan-myeon, Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
Contact information: 055-930-3733

Website: http://ohdosan.hc.go.kr

The way to visit: Haeinsa temple IC→ Bungi three-way intersection→ Gwonbin three-way intersection→ Odosan Natural Recreation Forest






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