A very comfortable small place suitable for visiting. When you come here, you can feel a very natural atmosphere. It is also an area close to the traditional life of Korea, which is quite comfortable.
On the day we arrived at Wuzhuxuan, we waived the 3000 won per person for the entrance fee because it was in time for the public open day. It is said that it is a residence, but it is actually more like a big park, and there are many people who come to stroll around. Speaking of Wuzhuxuan, they are famous for the two, one is the famous female painter Shin Shiindang from the Joseon era, and the other is her third son, the famous Confucian Lee Gok Lee Er from the Li Dynasty. It may not be clear to say the name alone, but the avatars at 50,000 won and 5,000 won are estimated to be enough for everyone to know the popularity of the two. Wuzhuxuan is the former residence of Shen Shirentang. According to legend, Li Er of Ligu was born in the Dream Dragon Room here. Today, as South Korea’s No. 165 treasure, it mainly shows the architectural style of the Joseon period. Among them, the Wencheng Temple dedicated to Mr. Sugaya attracts many people to incense, and it is probably to study luck. The whole Wuzhuxuan is not very big, so you can walk slowly, about an hour to finish shopping. In addition to the Aegok Memorial Hall where works are displayed, the Gangneung City Museum is also located in Wuzhuxuan Park. There is only a simple one floor. The collection is not as good as the former. You can choose to visit.
The former residence of Mr. Li Gu Li Er and his mother Shiimtang. In Wuzhuxuan, you can see the Dream Dragon Room where Li Gu was born, the objects used, and poems written by himself. Wu Zhuxuan is also the main filming location of the TV drama Shi Imdang, and there are also handprints of Song Seung Heon, Lee Young Ae and the crew.
This is a very nice building and a small garden, and it is also a place with a history. The construction area of the whole area is not large. There is a bamboo forest to enjoy. The visit here is also very good.
Built in the period of King Jungjong, the 11th generation of Joseon, Ozhuxuan is the oldest wooden house in South Korea. It is the birthplace of the Korean Confucian master Lee Gok Lee and his mother Shin Saimdang. name. There are many Korean locals and foreigners visiting here, but Chinese tourists are relatively rare. Tickets are 3,000 won, including free entry to the museum.