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  • 3자락 코스 지도


    Trail 3 has the legends related to the sorrow of common people. Since old time, the Juk-ryeong Hill was said as having 99 bends, 120 km uphill and 120km downhill. But people kept taking this route because it is on the shortest route to the capital from Gyeongsang-do. Therefore, the traffic of this location was very busy year around until the 1910s by the young scholars going capital to take government officer examination, peddlers with goods on back and straw shoes on belt and government officers going to their assigned locations. Indeed, Juk-ryeong Hill is a beauty spot (registration no. 30) where thousand years’ history is breathing.

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    3자락 코스 사진
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    ★ Trail route
    Sobaek-san Mountain Railway Station → Juk-ryeong Hill old trail → Juk-ryeong Hill top → Yongbuwon-ri → Daegang-myeon (Jangrim-ri) (11.4km, 3 hours 20 minutes)
    - Juk-ryeong Hill old trail: Sobaek-san Mountain Railway Station (Heebang-sa Temple Station) - Neutijaengi Jumakteo – Jujeomteo – Juk-ryeong Hill top = 2.8km (50 minutes)
    - Yongbuwon-gil trail: Juk-ryeong Hill top – Beodeulma - Boguk-sa Temple remains – Saet-gol Village (Jukryeong Branch School) – Yongbu-sa Temple - Jukryeong Tunnel = 3.9km (70 minutes)
    - Jangrimmal-gil trail: Jukryeong Tunnel – Maebawu - Eumjima - Jangrim-li = 4.7km (80 minutes)

    ★ Transportation information (phone for query 054-633-0011~13)
    - Danyang in-city bus terminal:

    The tiger who repaid good, the legend of Heebang-sa Temple

    Heebang-sa Temple was established by the great monk Duwun in A.D. 643 (the 12th year of Queen Seondeok of Shilla kingdom). One day, Duwun found a tiger in pain while walking on a mountain trail. The tiger devoured a woman but her hair pin was stuck in the throat of the tiger. Duwun took out the hair pin and saved the tiger. Later, the tiger brought a girl whom the tiger took from a noble family. She was the only daughter of Gyeongju governor. The governor built this temple to Duwun to repay Duwun on saving his daughter. The ‘hee’ in the name of temple means happy. It means both the tiger and the governor are happy to repay good. The governor also built a steel bridge on the valley next to the village. It became the origin of the village name, Sucheol-dong.