Major Exploration Points in Naejangsan Mountain
Naejangsan Temple (Yeongeun Temple Site, Local Monument No. 63)
Naejangsan Temple (Yeongeun Temple Site, Local Monument No. 63) During the 37th year of King Muwang's reign in the Baekje Dynasty, the Great Founder Yeongeun established about 50 Daegaram in today's Budojeon region, naming it Yeongeunsa Temple.
Byeokryeonam Temple (Naejangsa Temple Site, Local Monument No. 73)
Byeokryeonam Temple is located 330m above ground level on Seoraebong Peak. It was built by the Great Master Hwanhae during the 20th year of King Uija's reign (660), and called Naejangsan Temple. The name was changed to Byeokryeonam Temple when the former Youngeunsa Temple was renamed Naejangsa Temple. Long before the change of the name, the calligrapher Chusa Kim Jung-hee trained at the temple and recommended changing the name from Baekryeonam to Byeokryeonam. He received a pledge and left it in his writing but this was destroyed during the Korean War. There is a myth that says the Buddhist monk Heemook threw stones from the top of Seoraebong Peak, and Heecheon, his best pupil, caught the stones to build the embankment of Byeokryeonam.
108 Autumn Trees Road
This is designated as a Beautiful Walkway to be Preserved for the 22nd Century and is truly the highlight of the entire Autumn Trees Road on Naejangsan Mountain.
From Iljumoon to Naejangsa Temple, there are 108 autumn trees along the pathway, and visitors can find peace of mind while walking through the trees.
Exploration Information Center
This is the first Exploration Information Booth of the National Park. All the information on the natural ecology and exploration sites in Naejangsan Mountain National Park is collected here in the center. The center also has exhibition halls and an audiovisual room, and is an important stop before exploring the National Park.
Located in the center of Naejangsan Mountain, Uhwajeong Pavilion is where the water from Geumseon Valley and Weonjeok Valley meets to form the fantastic scenery of a lake deep in the mountain. Many photographers visit the site for its beautiful sceneries as well.