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  • Gate No.2 of Sinnam Subway station  >  Dongdaegu Train Station  >  Kim Gwang seok-gil Street  >  Nokdongseowon Confucian Academy  >  Suseong Lake Resort
      >  Daegu National Museum  >  Momyeong-jae  >  Dongdaegu Train Station  >  Sinnam Subway station
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Departing time 09:30 - 17:00 (Once a day)
Starting point Gate No.2 of Sinnam Subway station(09:30)
Dongdaegu Train Station(10:00)
Operate on Wed. and Sat.
Tour not available on Lunar New Years day/Korean Thanksgiving day
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Kim Gwang seok-gil Street  Kim Gwang seok-gil Street

Kim Gwang seok-gil Street

Kim Gwangseok-gil Street is a mural street near Bangcheon Market where the now deceased Kim Gwangseok used to live.

  • Address : Daebong-dong, Jung-gu, Daegu
  • Contact : 82-70-811-3024
  • Website : http://gu.jung.daegu.kr/alley
  • Tour Info : 10:00 ~ 17:30 (not available on : Lunar New Years day/Korean Thanksgiving day)
Nokdongseowon Confucian Academy  Nokdongseowon Confucian Academy

Nokdongseowon Confucian Academy

Nokdongseowon Confucian Academy was built in 1789 in honor of General Kim Chung-seon (1571-1642), who contributed greatly to Korea's defense from the Japanese invasions during the Imjin War (1592-1598).

  • Address : 218, Urok-gil, Gachang-myeon, Dalseong-gun, Daegu
  • Contact : 053-767-5770
Suseong Lake Resort  Suseong Lake Resort

Suseong Lake Resort

Making a fertility land at Suseong, Mitsusaki Lintaro who servd at japan government made Suseong Lake supported from japan government and his own.

Daegu National Museum  Daegu National Museum

Daegu National Museum

Since opening in 1994, the Daegu National Museum has served as home to a collection of relics of Yeongnam province.

Momyeong-jae  Momyeong-jae

Momyeong-jae

Momyeong-jae has meaning to commemorate Dusachung who was a commander in Ming came to Chosun twice for reinforce in Imjin Japanese war, Jeongyu Second war and naturalized as Korean. His descendents called this building as his nickname 'Mo' stands for missing, 'Myeong' stands for Ming dynasty meaning missing for Ming.