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The silky mountain looking down into the South Sea Mt. Geum, Namhae source copy vod download

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The silky mountain looking down into the South Sea Mt. Geum, Namhae Mt. Geum, Namhae Scenic Site No. 39 Idong-myeon, Namhae-gun, South Gyeongsang Province Mt. Geum, Namhae is a 681m granite mountain and is a famous one which represents the Youngnam region along with Mt. Jiri and Mt. Gaya. Around the peak of the mountain, a diverse form of rocks make a magnificent view and add scenic beauty to it. At the top of Mt. Geum, there is a Beacon Mound installed during Goryo Dynasty. Also, temple which is known to be one of Korea's 3 famous praying sites is situated on the rock face. Under the Boriam Temple, there is a Seoneunjeon, which is said to have been a place where Lee Seong-gye, the first king of the Joseon Dynasty offered a prayer. A fairy-tale has it that after praying for one hundred days to become a king at the temple, in return for it, Lee Seong-gye bestowed the name of "Geum(meaning "silk)". When the sun sets and the glow is spread, Mt. Geum, literally shows the soft red light like silk. Mt. Geum tinged with red and the stirring Namhae display the dignity of the famous mountain with them in harmony each other. Climbing up the silky mountain and looking down into the South Sea Mt. Geum, Namhae
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