Nakhwaam is a rocky cliff top overlooking a sheer drop to the river below. It was from this spot, in 660 AD, that 3,000 ladies of the court of King Uija jumped to their deaths rather than fall into the hands of the invading Silla and Chinese armies. Consequently, local people named the spot Nakhwaam - "the rock of falling flowers"-in their honour, and a pavilion commemorating these ladies was erected on top of the cliff in 1929.
The cliff itself is best viewed from a boat trip on the river.
At Neungsan-ri, just outside Buyeo, there is a group of seven tumuli and next to them the site of Neungsan-ri Temple, where the famous bronze-gilt incense burner was discovered in 1993. The tombs are believed to be for the Baekje kings. They are similar in appearance to the Silla royal tombs of Gyeongju.
The Buyeo National Museum has more than 10,000 relics, mostly from the Baekje era. The centrepiece is one of Korea's great national treasures, the magnificent, gilt-bronze, Baekje incense burner, discovered at the Neungsan-ri temple site in 1993.
9:00~18:00 (March~ October)
Adults : 400 won(25~64 years old)
200 won (19~24 years old)
Gudeurae Park stands on the south bank of the Baengmagang River. It is the site of the ancient port from which the Baekje kingdom traded with Japan, and some would say, laid the foundations of Japanese culture. There is a legend that a Baekje king bowed on a rock here to Buddha and that consequently the rock became warm. This may be the explanation as to why this site was chosen for a modernistic sculpture park.
Busosanseong is a great Baekje fortress, built on a 106 m-high hill. Today the hill is dotted with relics and commemorative pavilions, but little remains of the original fortifications. You can, however, see the stone foundations of the Baekje royal palace, the site of the military storehouse and Nakhwaam, the rock of falling flowers. There is a well-signposted footpath from the entrance.
Admission: 2,000 won
Jeongnimsa Buddhist temple was built shortly after Sabi became the Baekje capital in 538 AD. It contains two wonderful old relics. The first is a five-storey Baekje stone pagoda, erceted in the sixth century and the second is an eleventh century, Goryeo, stone Buddha.
Admission: 1,000 won
The shrine holding the memorial tablets and portraits of Seongchung, Heungsu, and Gyebaek, three royal retainers at the time of the fall of the Baekje Kingdom. Memorial services are observed in honor of their loyalty at the Baekje Cultural Festival every October.
There are Kings and nobles once enjoyed the moonlit view during the Baekje Kingdom. This building is a 1919 relocation and reconstruction of Baesallu, the gate tower of the govenment office building in Incheon, to the site of Songwoldae.
Nakhwaan mean's Rock of Falling Flowers.
Legend has it final stronhold of the capital,fell under the invading forces of Silla and T'ang China in 660, thousands of Baekje women threw themselves from the precipice and fell like petals into the Baekmagang River flowing below.
General Gyebaek, He is second highest rank in the govenment of Baekje Kingdom. in 680, General Gyebaek in a fight enemy in Hwangsanbeol Plain battle, and he death with fell Baekje Kingdom. He held in honor for loyalty and sacrifice.
The hexagonal roof Baekhwajeong Pavilion was built in 1929 by the poet's society called Bupungsisa. The construction was in memory of those Baekje women, falling like petals to their deaths to avoid disgrace at the hands of the enemy during the fall of Baekje Kingdom.
This seven ancient tombs on the slope of a hillock in Neungsan-ri in the eastern area of Buyeo.( Historic Sites 14 ). Were known only as tombs of King and numbers of the Royal family, who reigned during the Baekje period when the capital was Sabi ( 538~660 ). There are Park and display tomb and model exhibition hall located.
Situated in Mt. Busosan, built in about 538, King Seongwang Baekje Kingdom. Spread about sections of a low fortress made of hardened earth. The Busosanseong Fortress was the used as a Palace garden in normal times but was the stronghold to protect the Palace in times of emergency.
This Five-Storied Stone Pagoda is representative of the concept of beauty in Baekje Kingdom.Made of 149 pieces of stone and standing 8.33m high. Baekje Pagodas also had great influence on the stone Pagodas og Goryeo Kingdom and the Asuka culture of Japan.
( National Treasure No 9 )
Buyeo National Museum is a Baekje Kingdom and Chungcheongnam-do Province history museum. more than 1000 relics displayed there.
Open : 09:00~18:00
Close : Monday
Admission fee : 400won