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[Yeoncheon] Eundaeriseong Fortress

  • AddressThe area of 577 Eundae-ri, Jeongok-eup, Yeoncheon-gun, Gyeonggi-do
  • InformationPrehistory Management Office of Yeoncheon-gun : (031) 839-2561
  • Hours of useAlways open
  • HolidaysOpen all year around
  • Homepagehttp://seonsa.go.kr
  • PublishedDecember 1, 2014
  • RevisedDecember 5, 2016


Eundaeriseong Fortress of the Goryeo Dynasty on the hill where the Imjingang River and Hantangang River meet



Eundaeriseong Fortress, located the place where the Imjingang River and Hantangang River meet, is a castle of the Three Kingdom Period. It has characteristics of Goryeo’s castle, and it is assumed that it was founded in the Goguryeo Dynasty because it has mainly Goguryeo earthenware, although relics are not abundant. Of the dual structure, including inner and outer castles, the inner castle remains in good condition even though the east and north ramparts were damaged.



It looks crude and rough on the surface. Other castles of Yeoncheon-gun, such as Horogoru Fortress and Dangposeong Fortress, used dressed stones. On the contrary, Eundaeriseong Fortress is composed of rough stones. You can see the Hantangang River from the castle’s observatory through a pine forest.



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