Taejongdae is a natural park of Busan,
South Korea with magnificent
cliffs facing the open sea on the southernmost tip of island of
Yeongdo-gu. It is a representative visitor attraction of Busan
where has dense evergreen trees and several facilities for tourists
such as an observatory, an amusement park, a light house, a cruise
ship terminal. It is said that its name to have taken from King
Taejong Muyeol (604 - 661), the 29th king of
Silla Kingdom who liked
to practice archery the place after the unification of the Three
Kingdoms of Korea.
Taejongdae is designated as the 28
along with Oryukdo Island.
2 See also
4 External links
Lighthouse on the cliff
Taejongdae Amusement Park Busan". ASIAROOMS. Retrieved
Taejongdae Park". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved
^ "Taejongdae". Life in Korea. Retrieved 2008-05-06.
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Information about Taejongdae
Busan - busan official site
Coordinates: 35°03′00″N 129°04′59″E / 35.05000°N
129.08306°E / 3