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Hamwolru Pavilion

Hamwolru Pavilion

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Pavilion embracing the moon

Built in Aug. 2015, Hamwolru means ‘pavilion embracing the moon.’ Hamwolru pavilion is opened to all citizens and is built in the traditional Korean pavilion style. It looks down over the Ulsan downtown. It offers a superb view for appreciating the nightscape of 1,800m long Ulsandaegyo Bridge, the third longest suspension bridge in the world. Hamwolru Pavilion is located in a good area where the Taehwagang River runs in front of Hamwolru Pavilion and Hamwolsan Mountain, (meaning ‘mountain embracing the moon) and Baekyangsa Temple, with a history of a thousand year located on its north. Hamwolru Pavilion holds a sunrise event for greeting the New Year. The Jonggahakdang village school provides a humanities program including traditional culture, etiquette and geomantic theory.

  • Location
    San 152-3, Seongan-dong, Jung-gu, Ulsan
  • Tip
    In renovation of the Hamwolru Pavilion, the master carpenter Choi Giyeong, an important intangible cultural heritage, worked as the master builder. Master Yang Yongho, an intangible cultural heritage of Seoul, was in charge of painting. Master Song Cheon Jeong Hageon, an elder calligrapher writing the stela of Haeinsa Temple and Jogyesa Temple, took charge of the stela work. With these masters, Hamwolru Pavilion is proud of the best completion possible.
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