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Dongguksa Temple
Dongguksa Temple is the only Japanese style temple left in Korea
Sinheung-dong Japanese House (formerly Hirotsu House)
It is a Japanese house built by Hirotsu Geisabro, the Japanese fabric dealer, who lived in Gunsan during the Japanese Colonial Era.
Tapdong Three-story Stone Pagoda
Designated as Tangible Cultural Property No. 606 of Jeollabuk-do Province, Tapdong Three-story Stone Pagoda was built in the Goryeo Dynasty after the style of the Baekje Dynasty
Buljusa Temple Daeungjeon Hall
This is at Buljisan Mountain in Napo-myeon, Gunsan, and unlike other temples around Gunsan, there is Iljumun Gate
House of Lee, Yeong-chun
It was originally built as a private villa by a Japanese farmer in the 1920s, but after independence, as Dr. Lee, Yeong-chun, the pioneer of rural sanitation business and founder of Gaejeong Hospital, lived here, this is called “House of Lee, Yeong-chun.”
Shrine of General Choi, Ho
Built in 1729 by descendants of General Choi, Ho, the shrine was renovated in 1906
Cheongamsan Mountain
Towering over Oksan and Hoehyeon-myeon of Gunsan, Cheongamsan Mountain was called Chwiam (翠岩), meaning
Namsan Mountain (Mineral Spring)
Halfway up Namsan Mountain, the mineral water rises at Hanyeoheonsaem Well on Munteokjae Pass
Gyeongam-dong Railway Town
During the Japanese Colonial Era, Japanese filled the tidelands to make the land ready for a mill factory
Chowon (Grassland) Photo Studio
This is the movie studio of the famous and sensational movie “Christmas in August” by Han, Seok-gyu and Shim, Eun-ha, released in January 1998

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