Ohmokdae, said that Taejo Lee Seong-gye gave a night smoke

A place where you can see the whole view of Hanok Village, located at the foot of Seungamsan Mountain, but with the construction of the Jeolla Line railroad, a low-profile, flat-topped hilltop, which is seen to the left along Taejo-ro from Kirin-ro is Omokdae, and is connected to Omokdae. If you go up 70m across the overpass, at the foot of Seungamsan Mountain, you will find Imokdae, the 5th generation wooden Ian-sa of Taejo Lee Seong-gye, that he lived before leaving Jeonju.

Omokdae is the place where Lee Seong-gye conquered the group of Ajibaldo in Waegyu, which had been called from Unbong Huangshan in Namwon, and improved it by ringing the triumph of victory. Here, it is said that Lee Seong-gye recited a great song that was sung by Weifang, who founded the Han Dynasty. In other words, it hinted at his ambition to establish his own new country.

In Omokdae and Imokdae, tombstones carved by Gojong's handwriting are erected and monuments are erected. In 1900, Emperor Gojong, who rejected the fall of the Joseon dynasty and tried to strengthen the reconstruction of the traditional dynasty, erected a monument and monument in Omokdae called "Taejo Gohwangjejupil maintenance", which represents the identity of the city of Jeonju as the hometown of Joseon.

The ruins where Taejo stayed, the emperor who shuts the door of the country as the king of Joseon, where the ancestors who opened the door of the country stayed, a piece of writing dripping like blood like tears and carving gradually, Jamandong under the hill (滋蔓洞) As the rice is cooked in the evening smoke, moss is growing.

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