Juwangsan Mountain | Cheongsong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do

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While Juwangsan may be the smallest national park in Korea, it’s still worth the trip in our opinion! With temples, bridges, a fortress, caves, waterfalls and a relatively easy incline, Mt. Juwangsan provides pleasant walks in beautiful scenery. The area also boasts the Dalgimul Mineral Spring in the Goenae mid-stream.

There are 88 plant species including endangered species such as the Nodding lily, Tattaasau and Yellow water flag in Juwangsan National Park. As for animals, 924 animal species inhabit the park area and among them the Otter has been designated as a Natural Treasure.

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