Pungnaptoseong

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Pungnaptoseong is a flat earthen wall built at the edge of the Han River in Korea.wikipedia
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Han River (Korea)

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Pungnaptoseong is a flat earthen wall built at the edge of the Han River in Korea.
Pungnaptoseong, located south of Seoul, is posited as an early capital of Baekje.

Songpa District

Songpa-guSongpaSongpa (Seoul)
It is located in modern-day Pungnap-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul.
Among them, Pungnap Toseong, an earthen wall in the southeastern part of modern-day Seoul, (in Pungnap-dong, just near Jamsil-dong area) is widely believed to be the main Wiryeseong site.

Seoul

Seoul, South KoreaSeoul, KoreaHanseong
It is located in modern-day Pungnap-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul.
Pungnaptoseong, an earthen wall located southeast Seoul, is widely believed to have been at the main Wiryeseong site.

Pungnap-dong

Pungnap 1Pungnap 1-dong
It is located in modern-day Pungnap-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul.

Wiryeseong

Wiryefirst capitalWirye-seong
Based on research conducted during the Japanese occupation, it has been speculated that Pungnap Toseong was Hanam Wiryeseong, the first capital of Baekje.
The earthen walls of Pungnap Toseong and Mongchon Toseong in Songpa-gu, Seoul are believed by many to be the remains of Hanam Wiryeseong.

Gwangju, Gyeonggi

GwangjuGwangju CityGwangju, Gyeonggi-do
It used to be included in the neighboring city of Gwangju.

Baekje

PaekcheBaekje KingdomBaekjae
Based on research conducted during the Japanese occupation, it has been speculated that Pungnap Toseong was Hanam Wiryeseong, the first capital of Baekje.

History of Seoul

HanyangKeijoHanseong-bu
Among them, Pungnap Toseong, an earthen wall in the southeastern part of modern-day Seoul, (in Pungnap-dong, just near Jamsil-dong area) is widely believed to be the main Wiryeseong site.

Jamsillaru station

JamsillaruJamsilnaru StationSeongnae
Its former name literally means "in the fortress," probably referring to the nearby Mongchon and Pungnap earthen walls, and it was also named from Seongnae-cheon.

Cheonho-dong

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In addition, there is a historical site of Pungnaptoseong, which is a flat earthen wall built at the edge of the Han River in the Baekje Era.

Korean Buddhist sculpture

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The discovery of the Ttukseom Buddha near the proposed site of Baekje's first capital and major citadel suggests the figure may be an example of Baekje sculpture.

Cheonho station

Cheonho
Its secondary name is Pungnaptoseong (hangul: 풍납토성, hanja: 風納土城), referring to the circular earthen wall of the same name that runs between this station and the southeastern end of the Olympic Bridge.

Mongchontoseong

Mongchon ToseongMongchon Tosong
They are part of Wiryeseong with Pungnaptoseong.

Three Kingdoms of Korea

Three KingdomsThree Kingdoms periodKorea
Signs of Baekje's capitals have also been excavated at the Mongchon Fortress and the Pungnap Fortress in Seoul.