Independence Hall of Korea researches and displays the history of independence of Korea. In order to develop a national spirit, it was established on August 15, 1987 thanks to numerous donations. The hall was built over 980 acres. Visitors here may also see the Grand Hall of the Nation, Monument to the Nation, Unification Bell, and many other interesting sights.
Business hours : 9:30 ~ 18:00 (summer) 9:30 ~ 17:00 (winter)
Admission : Adults 2,000 won / Youth 1,100 won / children, soldiers 700 won
Group discounts (30 or more people) : Adults 1,500 won / youth 700 won/ children 500 won
Nearby tourist sites : Remains of Yu Gwansun 6km, Cheonan Sangnok Resort 6km, Cheonansamgeori Park 7km
Gwangdeoksa is located at Mt. Gwangdeoksan. The Buddhist Priest Jajang yulsa received Buddha's sarira, text, and scriptures from China in 643, and the Buddhist Priest Jinsan daesa later founded the temple. At the entrance of the main sanctuary is a 400-year old walnut tree (Natural Monument No. 398), which shows that Cheonan is the home of walnuts.
This Budda image was made in the early Goryeo period. It uses the natural rock surface and is an embossed carving of 7.1 meters. The eyes, nose, and mouth are distinct, and the cheeks look plumpy, making it a typical Goryeo Buddha image.
This is the Bronze Sitting Buddha, located at Mt. Taejosan. The Buddha is 15m high, 30m in circumference, and weighs 60 tons. The length of the Buddha's ears is 1.7m, and the length of his fingernails is 0.3m.
You can see the entire history of the Korean postal service if you come here. In February 2004, the museum was moved from Seoul to the Ministry of Information and Communication Officials Training Institute in Cheonan.
Business hours : Weekdays 09:00 ~ 19:00 / Saturday 09:00 ~ 17:00
Closed : National holidays
Admission : Free
This Monument was symbol of Independence Hall. 51m high rise structured monument with on image of bird's wings hands in praying represents on everlasting spirit of the people and a will headed for the Independence and selfreliance of the people.
Arario Gallery's mission is to provide a special place for people of all ages and background to easily view and learn art through the variety of exhibitions from world-famous artists in contemporary art. and an installation of Damien Hirst's 'Hymn' in a glass box constructed to be apart of the building.
Taejosan Park is located at Mt. Taejosan. The park covers an area of over 81 acres. Visitors there may find a sculpture park, 6 camp sites, a grass field, tennis courts, and an outdoor performance area. There are many facilities for youths and families. Various cultural events are held here, and residents use the area for rest and relaxation.
samgeori means are 3-way Intersection.
Cheonansamgeori has been a strategic point of transportation and a place where culture has spread for a long time. The Samnamdaero, which starts in Seoul, parts here. One branch of the road passes through Byeongcheon, Cheongju, Yeongdong, and Chupungnyeong and leads to the Yeongnam region, including Gimcheon, Daegu, Gyeongju and Dongnae. The other branch of the road passes through Gongju and Nonsan and leads to the Honam region, including Jeonju, Gwangju, Suncheon, and Yeosu.
Cheonansamgeori is an ideal place to meet people and part from them. Although you will not find any more scholars on their way to take a national examination or merchants wandering around the nation, the willow associated with the love story of Park Hyeonsu and the Cheonansamgeori Heungtaryeong will always welcome people. Haneulgeori is a resting area for the residents of Cheonansamgeori, and it provides beautiful scenery with its willow trees. Various cultural events are held here, including the Cheonan Heungtaryeong Festival.
There are World famous Sculptors Park.
and other famous Sculptures standed there.
A work of art by famous England sculptor Damien Hirst. Height 6m 85‡p, Weight 6.5t, and market value are one and a half milion UK pound, wow.......