Course Summary

Course 1: Tomb of Yeonsangun and ginkgo tree road

There are many tombs of royal families in Joseon Dynasty as the district has tomb of princdess Jeongui, the second daughter of King Sejong, and the tomb of her husband, and tombs of decendants of Younghaegun, a son of King Sejong, and tombe of princess Uiryeong, a daughter of Taejo Lee Sung-gye and her husband.

Banghak-dong Ginkgo treeTomb of HoesangunTomb of YeonsangunMyeongwol Dongmun (Writings on rocks in Joseon Dynasty)Tomb of Lee JibChessboard rockTombe of Yeom Sang-seobTomb of Lee Mu-youngTomb of Lee HabToad rockYeonwolam Sampok, Wapok, Gyesuseok (writings on rocks in Joseon Dynasty)Tomb of Han Chi-ryeTomb of princess JeonguiTomb of Mok Su-heumTomb of Sungbee (Concubine of Taejo Lee Seong-gye)

Course 2 : Roads around tombs of Musugol Royal Relatives

There are many tombs of royal families in Joseon Dynasty as the district has tomb of princdess Jeongui, the second daughter of King Sejong, and the tomb of her husband, and tombs of decendants of Younghaegun, a son of King Sejong, and tombe of princess Uiryeong, a daughter of Taejo Lee Sung-gye and her husband.

Depart in front of Tomb of princess JeonguiGuirok Gyesan, Wawunpok (Writings on rocks)Tomb of Jeongju Lee family's Younghaegun(Tombe of Yeonghaegun-Tomb of Youngchungun-Tomb of Wanchungun)Tomb of GeumdongjiTomb of princess Uiryeong, and her husband Gyecheonwi Yideung

Course 3 : Wontong Temple road

Seoul city government has designated roads through Musugol where most fresh air can be found in Seoul to Jahyun rock, Wontong Temple along with Banghakdong range towards Tombe of Gangsong Jeon Hyung-pil next to shrine of Pungyang Jo's family as a trail walk in the fall season.

Depart from Dobong stationMusugol weekend farmSewol bridgeJahyun rockWontong templeBanghakdong SajiTomb of Gangsong Jeon Hyung-pil and shrine (Next to shrine of Pungyang Jo's family)

Course 4 : Dobong Seowon and roads of writings on rocks

t is a course where people can appreciate natural scape and history as there are many writings left on rocks by scholars who have worked in Dobong Seowon.

Dobongsan stationexploration support centerDobong Dongmun (Writings on rocks)Gahakru and Yongjudam, Pildongam (Writings on rocks)Jeil Dongcheon(Writings on rocks), Yeondangul, Manseokdae (Writings on rocks)Muwudae, Jewol Gwangpung(Writings on rocks)→ Yeomrakjeongpa (Writings on rocks)Gosan Angji, Gwangpung Jewol (Writings on rocks)Dobong SeowonBukhodongcheon(Writings on rocks)Moonsadong(Writings on rocks)(Moonsadong fall)

Course 5 : Contemplation roads

This course focuses on walking the mountain trails as it crosses paths with Buddist culture in Dobong Mountain where there are Manwolsam, a seated stone statue of Buddha, and Cheonsuk Temple's Birojana Samshin Gaebuldo.

Dobong exploration support centerDobong shelterManwolam(a seated stone statue of Buddha)Seokgulram GrottoCheonchuk TempleDobong shelterSeowon BridgeDobong templeDobong exploration support center

Course 6 : Dobong old path

This is a path that has been existing from the times when Dobong district was part of Yangju. It is the road where Gyeongwon roads was to the old Won mountain, and many of the messengers to Hamheung had taken this path before knowing that they wouldn't be able to come back. It is the trail where people can walk imagining the history of Dobong.

Ssangmun stationTraces of Nohae police stationTraces of Nohaemyeon officeBanghakcheon bridgeSites of MoraetmalDobong Catholic churchSite of SeonghwangdangMusucheon BridgeSeowonnae BridgeSite of NuwonDobongsan station

Course 7 : Street of Dobong's people in the modern history

This is a historical course that trace the lives of great people who had lived in Dobong and left a great work in the modern history of literature. Kim Byeong-ro, Song Ji-woo, Jung In-bo, are known to be the three lions of Chang-dong, and Hong Myeong-hee, poet Kim Su-young, are known for their literary works.

Changdong stationtraces of Changdong stationChangdong elementary schoolSite of Hong Myeong-hee's old houseSite of Song Jin-woo's old houseSite of Kim Byeong-ro's old houseSite of Jung In-bo's old houseSite of Moon Ye-bong's old houseSite of Ham Seok-heon's old houseSite of Jun Tae-il's old houseSite of Gye Hun-je's old houseSite of poet Kim Su-young's old houseDobong station