A report on Taebaek Mountains and Seoraksan

Location of the Taebaek Mountains on the Korean peninsula
Location of Seoraksan.
The Taebaek Mountains in November 2007
Seoraksan Ulsanbawi
Mount Gwonggeumseong in Seoraksan National Park
Bronze Buddha of Sinheungsa (Buddhist Temple) near the main entrance to Seoraksan National Park.
Sinheungsa (Buddhist Temple) in Seoraksan National Park
Ulsanbawi (peak) in Seoraksan National Park
Biryong (Flying Dragon) Waterfalls in Seoraksan National Park.
Seoraksan National Park
Trying to shake Heundeulbawi (Rocking Rock) at Kyejo-am in Seoraksan National Park
Cheondang Waterfall

Seoraksan is the highest mountain in the Taebaek mountain range in the Gangwon Province in eastern South Korea.

- Seoraksan

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).

- Taebaek Mountains
Location of the Taebaek Mountains on the Korean peninsula

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Japanese map of Kongō-san, or Mount Kumgang in 1939.

Mount Kumgang

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Mount Kumgang or the Kumgang Mountains are a mountain/mountain range, with a 1,638 m Birobong peak, in Kangwon-do, North Korea.

Mount Kumgang or the Kumgang Mountains are a mountain/mountain range, with a 1,638 m Birobong peak, in Kangwon-do, North Korea.

Japanese map of Kongō-san, or Mount Kumgang in 1939.
Location of Mount Kumgang in eastern Korea
The path to Kuryoung Falls
Kuryong Falls
Mount Kumgang from the coast
Sea Kumgang
Mount Kumgang
Legend of the Sad Korean frog

Mount Kumgang is part of the Taebaek mountain range which runs along the east of the Korean Peninsula.

Kuryong Falls ("Nine Dragons Falls") in Kuryongyeon is one of the three major waterfalls in Korea along with Daeseung Falls in Seoraksan.