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Eodalsan Signal fire hill

  • 지정번호Monument of Gangwon-do No.13
  • 지정일Dec. 16th 1971
  • 규모/양식Natural Stone
  • 시대Joseon Dynasty
  • 소재지San 24-4 Beonji, Daejin-dong, Donghae-si
  • 문의처033-530-2441

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According to Sejong sillok - Annals of King Sejong and Sinjung tongguk yojisungnam -Revised and Augmented Survey of the Geography of Korea, Eodalsan Bongsu is located 12km south away of Ugye-hyeon, Gangneung connected with Gwangjinsan Bongsu at Samcheok to south and Ogeunsan Bongsu to North.

Joseonbomulgojeokjosajaryo-Historic Remains and Treasure of Joseon Dynasty published in 1942, there remain only an earthen fort and beacon house in Daejin-ri, Mangsang-Myeon 32km southeast of Gangneung.

A recent study reveals that the fortress is made of various kinds of sandstone. The wall of the fortress is 1~5m in height, 2~3m in width and 600~700m in length. Northeastern wall was collapsed but Southwestern wall is well preserved.

eongugyumulmongnok - List of National Historic Remains writes that there is a Bonghwadae(beacon lighthouse) in Daejin-ri, Mukho-eup.

The Bongsudae site is located in Mt. Eodal (200m above the sea level) and was called Mt. Woryu in the past which is on the borderline between Eodal-ri and Daejin-ri. It was designated as a monument of Gangwo-do No.13 on Dec. 16th, 1971. It was built in 1149 (third year of the reign of King Uijong) but had been out of use since certain time during Joseon period. The Bongsudae is estimated to be restored when it was designated as a monument.

A cornerstone is placed upon 2m diameter circular stone wall made of 50 cm diameter sized granites. It is 1m in height and total size of the monument is around 99. This is the most well preserved Bongsudae site in Donghae area. After being repaired, it has been protected with barbed wire.