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*Children under 4 years old are free of charge.
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[About Baekje Kingdom and Buyeo]
Baekje was one of the three ancient kingdoms on the Korean peninsula (Baekje, Silla, and Goguryeo) and it lasted for about 700 years (18 BC ~ 660 AD). Baekje Kingdom changed its capital twice and Buyeo was the last capital.
In 2015, 8 historical sites of late Baekje Kingdom era were designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among the 8 sites, 4 of them are located in Buyeo, 2 in Gongju and 2 in Iksan.
[Baekje Culture Land]
At Baekje Culture Land, you can see two royal palaces of Baekje Kingdom (Sabigung Palace and Wiryeseong) and a royal temple (Neungsa Temple), recreated based on the historical artifacts and records. There is also a small village called Living Culture Village that shows the houses of various social classes of Baekje Kingdom. At Gobungongwon, visitors can see how the tombs of noble class look like.
[Jeongnimsaji Temple Site]
The temple was first built when the capital of Baekje was moved from Gongju to Buyeo. Buddhism flourished during Baekje Kingdom and this temple was located in the center of the capital. At the temple site, there is a 5-story stone pagoda that shows the aesthetics of the Buddhist art of Baekje era.
[Seodong Park and Gungnamji Pond]
Seodong was the name of King Mu of Baekje Kingdom. At this park, there are sculptures of King Mu and his wife, Princess Seonhwa, based on their love story. Gungnamji Pond is the first artificial pond in Korea that King Mu made for his wife. During the summer, many different types of lotus flowers bloom from the pond, and the visitors can walk amid the delicate fragrance of lotus flowers.