We introduce to you Jung-gu, the center of hyo culture.
Ppuri Park is the only “hyo” theme park in the country that was created through an organic cooperation system between the public and private sectors, and is equipped with a variety of facilities to regain their roots.
This is a theme park with the Zoom Land, Flower Land, Joy Land, and Bud Land where families with children come to spend quality time together.
Located near the south-central part of Daejeon, Bomunsan Mountain is said to have been called Bomulsan (“Bomul” meaning treasure) because treasures were buried here.
This is a relaxation welfare facility, which has the latest equipments for elderly people. Elderly people can enjoy their late life in a healthy way together with their families and friends in a beautiful natural environment.
Cultural asset #35 (Seokgyo-dong 61-2)/ This is an educational place where scholar and teacher Nam Bun-gond (1605~1674) taught in Injo era, Joseon dynasty.
Yuhoedang Jongga was where Yuhoedang Kwon Yi-jin lived after serving as Hojopanseo (Minister of Taxation). After it was destroyed by fire, it was rebuilt by his descendants in a different location in 1788.
This was the home of Danjae Shin Chae-ho (1880~1936), an independence activist and historian, that was restored in the summer of 1992 following an archaeological survey and gathering historical evidence from locals.
Yeokyungam in Musu-dong is a building built by Ijin Kwon as an educational place for his descendants and students, and it is named after the auditorium,'Female Gyeongsa', which Sama Ongong of the Song Dynasty built for education.
It is a shrine built in 1923 dedicated to Park Paeng-nyeon and Park Sim-mun who were involved in the Danjong Restoration Movement.
Geoeopjae in Musu-dong is a building built by Kwon Lee-jin as an educational place for his descendants and students, and is a Seodang meaning'to learn the Tao of Gunja'.