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Daecheong Dam

12 Reviews
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-3 hours
Address: Daecheong Dam, Munui-myeon, Cheongwon-gun
Phone: +82-42-9307204

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Daecheong Lake is the third largest man-made lake in South Korea, and its name is derived from the "big" character in Daejeon and the character "qing" in Cheongwon County. Construction started in 1975 and completed in 1980. It has a water storage capacity of 1.5 billion tons and provides various water such as drinking water to Daejeon and Cheongju. In addition, Dacheong Lake has a beautiful view of the lakeside road in autumn, and you can see a more beautiful view of Dacheong Lake when you climb the observatory of the dam. The current situation of the dam can be seen at a glance in the publicity hall of the dam. There are also many amusement facilities such as a three-dimensional movie and an aquarium. In Daqing Lake, many migratory birds come to build nests every season. In summer, you can often see egrets whirling at low altitude near Daqing Dam. Daqing Lake is one of the eight scenic spots in Daejeon due to its exceptionally beautiful scenery. The vast Jinjiang River and the many small islands in the lake complement each other, which is reminiscent of Xianli Waterway in Marine Park

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