Pungnammun, the 4th gate of Jeonju

Jeonjubu is an old administrative district in Jeonju that was used from 1403 to 1949 until it was renamed Jeonju. In the past, Jeonju was the place where Jeolla-Gamyeong, which had jurisdiction over Jeolla-do and Jeju-do during the Joseon Dynasty, was one of the three major cities of the Joseon Dynasty after Hanseong and Pyongyang, and was a political, economic, and cultural center.

Jeonjubu is an old administrative district in Jeonju that was used from 1403 to 1949 until it was renamed Jeonju.

In the past, Jeonju was the place where Jeolla-Gamyeong, which had jurisdiction over Jeolla-do and Jeju-do during the Joseon Dynasty, was one of the three major cities of the Joseon Dynasty after Hanseong and Pyongyang, and was a political, economic, and cultural center.

You can find historical resources and modern cultural resources of the Joseon Dynasty along the old roads around the Pungnammun, East Gate, North Gate, and West Gate of Jeonjubuseong, which were the 4 major gates of Jeonjubu in the past. Pungpaeji Hall (Jeonju Gaeksa), Pungnammun (Treasure No. 308), the only remaining among the four main gates in the east, west, north and south of Jeonju Buseong, the Korean Traditional Culture Center, where the Jeonju Octopus was located as a Catholic martyrdom, and the Dongmun Art Street where the alumni were located on foot. You can go on a course.

In the place where the north gate was located, the old road where the old Hanil-gwan was located in the direction of the Hanseong Tourist Hotel remains connected to the Pungnammun area, and the so-called Yankee Alley, where there were many jeans repair shops in the past in connection with the Nambu Market, remains in the Pungnammun area. Also, at the site of the former Jeonbuk Provincial Office, which used to be the former site of Jeollagamyeong, there is a painting tree between the building.

This painting tree is a symbol of Jeolla Gamyeong that can determine the location of Seonhwadang. It is said that Jeonra Gamyeong entered this place to commemorate the soul of the scholar as a pavilion tree that was converted into a painting tree by a scholar who had fallen in the past at Jeonju Gaeksa Temple.

Along with this, on the left side of the road where you can see Honam Jeilseong Fortress, there is a haengwon that was built by Namjeon Heo San-ok, the godmother of Jeonju's culture and art world. can see.

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