The sun hangs on the flags of ships returning to a port leaving behind the sun. You might think the ships are carrying the sun. At that moment, let’s turn to the railroad bridge. The bridge once a narrow gauge railway passed is the best place in Sorae Wharf to appreciate the sunset. It takes less than five minutes by walking.
The first Chinese street in Korea has 120 years of history. The pai-loo(gate) at the entrance was recently built to celebrate the area based on Chinese traditions. The neighborhood also includes Samgukji Mural Street, featuring major scenes from the Romance of the Three Kingdoms along the street to Jayu Park.
Dolmen is a tob style representative of the Bronze Age. Often called ‘Jiseokmyo’ in Chinese, there are more than 100 dolmens remaining in the Ganghwa area. Among these dolmens, both the southern and northern styles are mixed together. Bugeunri Dolmen, located in Dolmen Park, is a typical northern style dolmen.
With a size of 46.35km Baengnyeongdo is the South Korean island closest to North Korea. Originally, it was the 13th largest island in South Korea. Recently, however, the size of the island increased greatly as a result of the reclamation project that connected Hwadong and Sagot Beach. Now the island is the 8th largest in South Korea.
Since 2012.06.29, Sorae history hall was the very first public museum which was built to preserve the city's history and culture from rapid development. Gallery has various types of experimental area and videos.Moreover, with Barrier Free certified facilities anyone can easily visit and watch the gallery.
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