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[Ongjin] Buasan Mountain Viaduct

  • AddressIjak-ri, Jawol-myeon, Ongjin-gun, Incheon
  • InformationOngjin County Tourism & Culture Department : (032)899-2210
  • Homepagewww.ongjin.go.kr
  • PublishedDecember 1, 2014
  • RevisedDecember 2, 2016


The way to the summit of Buasan Mountain- a red viaduct surely to be encountered by mountain climbers.


Buasan Mountain is a mountain that stands at the north of Janggol Town in DaeIjakdo, Ongjin-gun. At the summit of the mount, you can see the broad view of SoIjak Island, Seungbong Island, Deokjeokdo Island, Saseungbong Island, Soya Island, and the city of Incheon. The viaduct is a bridge in the way climbingto Buasan Mountain Observatory. It is 68m long and 7m tall; and it was installed for the purpose of safe and comfortable hiking. The viaduct, built with red structures, makes its appearance remarkable due to its color contrasting to the green woods. While hiking a bit more with the cliffs of the mountain at the both sides after crossing the viaduct, you face with the house-shaped observatory. Although the way to the observatory is rough, the mystic scenery made by rocks of various colors and shape shall bring you the peer joy of hiking.


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Ongjin County




Octagonal pavilion, observatory, rest areas, and others 






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