67-5, Jangmisan-gil, (Gaesu-ri), Daehwa-myeon
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
Jangmisan Mountain and Deoksusan Mountain constitute a range of Charyeong Mountains, and cherry blossoms, azaleas and royal azaleas tinge the area with red in the spring and autumn leaves create silky waves in the fall. Bonghwangdae located in the entry of Jangmisan Mountain and Deoksusan Mountain has a folk tale. In the past, a man dug in the ground to get a grave site. At that time, the Phoenix (Bonghwang in Korean) suddenly soared toward the sky. According to another story, there was a similar-looking rock in China, so it was named Bonghwangdae.
Turn right at Youngdong Expressway PyeongChang IC – Go under expressway and turn left (In the direction of Geumdang Valley) – Baekokpo – Geumdang Valley – Turn right at Bonghwadae – Jangmisan Mountain & Deoksusan Mountain (Gyechon-ri, Daehwa-myeon & Bangrim-myeon, PyeongChang-gun)