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Dongguksa Temple
Dongguksa Temple is the only Japanese style temple left in Korea
Former Japanese Farm Storage (Simatani Safe)
The striking 3-story building was once used as a safe by Simatani, a Japanese farm owner during the Japanese colonial era
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.
Haemanggul Cave
It is a 131m-long and 4.5m-high semicircular tunnel passing through Haemangryeong Peak at the north of Wolmyeongsan Mountain
Embankment at the 1st Reservoir
The water source between Jeombangsan Mountain and Seollimsan Mountain Valley
Impi Station
This is a temporary stop on the Gunsan line, or the local line of Honam, and it was built in 1936
Modern Arts Museum(The 18th Branch of Former Japanese Nagasaki Bank at Gunsan)
The 18th Nagasaki Bank in Gunsan was a main instigator that lent money to the Japanese at a low interest rate for them to open usury against Joseon people.
Modern Architecture Museum(The Gunsan Branch of Old Joseon Bank)
For colonization of the Korean Peninsula during the Japanese Colonial Era, this financial facility was established as a representative building
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.”
Former Gunsan Customs
After the opening of Gunsan Harbor in 1908, Japan invested 86,000 Won to build this building

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