Pyeongsari Park
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  • Address: 77, Pyeongsa-ri, Agyang-myeon, Hadong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
  • Tel: +82-55-883-9004
  • Operation Hours:
  • Admission Fees: Free
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  • Introduction
  • User Guide
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Situated along Seomjingang (Seomjin River) between Gurye and Hadong, Pyeongsari Park was built for the enjoyment of summer tourists to the area. In addition to the beautiful river, the park is home to campgrounds (open year-round), numerous shaded rest spots, basketball courts, soccer fields, and an abundance of parking space. Decorated with Jangseung (totem poles, which used to be set at the entrance of villages), the spacious park is full of excellent amenities: barbecue grills, benches, drinking fountains, and clean bathrooms. The sandy banks of the river offer a unique opportunity to catch marsh clams.

Pyeongsari Park and its nearby attractions appeared in Toji (The Land), the epic historical novel by Park Kyung-ni. Visitors may want to tour the group of houses that have been reproduced to commemorate the novel, including the famous Choi Champan House.

Nearby attractions include Hwagae Market, Ssanggyesa (Ssanggye Temple), and Seomjingang Maehwa Village, host of the Gwangyang Maehwa (Ume Flower) Festival.

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