Odaesan

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Odaesan, also known as Mount Odaesan or Mount Odae, is a South Korean mountain peak in Gangwon, South Korea, standing at the junction of the districts of Gangneung, Pyeongchang, and Hongcheon.wikipedia
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Pyeongchang County

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Odaesan, also known as Mount Odaesan or Mount Odae, is a South Korean mountain peak in Gangwon, South Korea, standing at the junction of the districts of Gangneung, Pyeongchang, and Hongcheon.
Sangwansa is a temple on Odaesan Mountain that was originally established as Jinyeowon in 705.

Taebaek Mountains

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Odaesan stands at the junction of the Taebaek Mountains and the Charyeong Mountains, a spur range stretching to the west.
Prominent peaks of the range include Mount Seoraksan (1,708 m), Mount Kumgangsan (1,638 m), Mount Taebaeksan (1,566.7 m) and Mount Odaesan (1,563 m). To the east, the mountain range falls steeply into the sea, but to the west, there are more gentle slopes.

Uigwe

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It was founded in 1606 to house the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty and Uigwe or "Royal Protocols of the Joseon Dynasty". Also in 1922, during the Korea under Japanese rule under the supervision of then Resident-General of Korea Itō Hirobumi, many volumes of books including copies of Uigwe and other relics stored at the royal archive in the Buddhist temple at Odaesan were transferred to the University of Tokyo.
Four to nine other copied version for scholars were kept for each of the four state archives, which for most of the Joseon period were located on Mount Jeongjoksan on Ganghwa-do Island; Mount Jeoksang in Muju-gun County, Jeollabuk-do Province; Mount Odaesan in Gangwon-do Province and Mount Taebaeksan in Yeongwol-gun County.

Baekdudaegan

Baekdu Mountain Range
The chief of its five peaks is Birobong . It stands just to the south of Seoraksan along the Baekdudaegan, the range of white peaks that make up the symbolic spine of the Korean Peninsula.
Odaesan

Veritable Records of the Joseon Dynasty

Annals of the Joseon DynastyJoseon Wangjo SillokThe Annals of the Joseon Dynasty
It was founded in 1606 to house the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty and Uigwe or "Royal Protocols of the Joseon Dynasty".
After the war, five more copies of the Annals were produced and stored in Chunchugwan and the mountain repositories of Myohyang-san, Taebaeksan, Odaesan, and Mani-san.

Odaesan National Park

Odaesan
At an elevation of 1563 m it is the centerpiece of Odaesan National Park.
The park is named after the 1563 m mountain Odaesan, which means "Five Plains Mountain", named after the five plains between the area's five major peaks.

Woljeongsa

Woljeong Temple
Buddhist temple Woljeongsa of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism is located on the eastern slopes of Odaesan.
Woljeongsa is a head temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism, located on the eastern slopes of Odaesan in Pyeongchang County, Gangwon Province, South Korea.

Iris odaesanensis

In 1964, Iris odaesanensis was first discovered on the mountain and then named after the mountain.
The Latin specific epithet odaesanensis, comes from the word “odaesan” because it was first discovered on Odaesan Mountain in Korea.

Odaesan National Park Wetlands

Odaesan National Park Wetlands
Odaesan (also known as Mt. Odae) is located in the Taebaek Mountains, the longest mountain range in Korea.

List of mountains in Korea

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List of mountains in Korea
Odaesan – 1563.4 m

South Korea

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Odaesan, also known as Mount Odaesan or Mount Odae, is a South Korean mountain peak in Gangwon, South Korea, standing at the junction of the districts of Gangneung, Pyeongchang, and Hongcheon.

Gangwon Province, South Korea

Gangwon-doGangwonGangwon Province
Odaesan, also known as Mount Odaesan or Mount Odae, is a South Korean mountain peak in Gangwon, South Korea, standing at the junction of the districts of Gangneung, Pyeongchang, and Hongcheon.

Gangneung

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Odaesan, also known as Mount Odaesan or Mount Odae, is a South Korean mountain peak in Gangwon, South Korea, standing at the junction of the districts of Gangneung, Pyeongchang, and Hongcheon.

Hongcheon County

Hongcheon
Odaesan, also known as Mount Odaesan or Mount Odae, is a South Korean mountain peak in Gangwon, South Korea, standing at the junction of the districts of Gangneung, Pyeongchang, and Hongcheon.

Seoraksan

Mount SeorakSeorakMount Seoraksan
The chief of its five peaks is Birobong . It stands just to the south of Seoraksan along the Baekdudaegan, the range of white peaks that make up the symbolic spine of the Korean Peninsula.

Korean Peninsula

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The chief of its five peaks is Birobong . It stands just to the south of Seoraksan along the Baekdudaegan, the range of white peaks that make up the symbolic spine of the Korean Peninsula.

Joseon

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One of the four royal archives of the Joseon Dynasty is located on the Odaesan.

Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–1598)

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All but one of the Joseon archives were burned during the Japanese invasions of Korea.

1923 Great Kantō earthquake

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Although the Annals themselves were removed in the early 20th century and taken to Japan, where they were lost in the Great Kanto earthquake, the archive has been restored.

Japanese Resident-General of Korea

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Also in 1922, during the Korea under Japanese rule under the supervision of then Resident-General of Korea Itō Hirobumi, many volumes of books including copies of Uigwe and other relics stored at the royal archive in the Buddhist temple at Odaesan were transferred to the University of Tokyo.

Itō Hirobumi

ItōItō ShunsukeItō administration
Also in 1922, during the Korea under Japanese rule under the supervision of then Resident-General of Korea Itō Hirobumi, many volumes of books including copies of Uigwe and other relics stored at the royal archive in the Buddhist temple at Odaesan were transferred to the University of Tokyo.

University of Tokyo

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Also in 1922, during the Korea under Japanese rule under the supervision of then Resident-General of Korea Itō Hirobumi, many volumes of books including copies of Uigwe and other relics stored at the royal archive in the Buddhist temple at Odaesan were transferred to the University of Tokyo.

Naoto Kan

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In August 2010, then-Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan announced the return of the Uigwe to mark the centenary of the Japanese annexation of Korea.

Korea under Japanese rule

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Also in 1922, during the Korea under Japanese rule under the supervision of then Resident-General of Korea Itō Hirobumi, many volumes of books including copies of Uigwe and other relics stored at the royal archive in the Buddhist temple at Odaesan were transferred to the University of Tokyo. In August 2010, then-Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan announced the return of the Uigwe to mark the centenary of the Japanese annexation of Korea.

National Palace Museum of Korea

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This was followed by the return of 1,200 volumes including 150 Uigwe in December 2011, which were subsequently kept at the National Palace Museum of Korea.