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Hanbyeongnu Pavilion in Cheongpung

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Cultural Heritage Information

  • ClassificationTreasure 528
  • Kind Pavilion
  • Quantity1 Building
  • Size82.6㎡
  • Designated DateJanuary 8, 1971
  • Address 2048, Cheongpungho-ro, Cheongpung-myeon, Jecheon-si, Chungcheongbuk-do
  • Phone
  • Age 12th Year of King Injo of Joseon

Cultural Heritage Introduction

This structure was raised to the east of a guesthouse in commemoration of Cheongpung-hyeon’s escalation from Cheongpung-hyeon to Cheongpung-gun, which occurred when monk Cheonggong was promoted into the King’s envoy in the 4th year of King Chungsuk of Goryeo (1317).
Although it was located in Eup-ri, Cheongpung-myeon, it was moved to Multae-ri, Cheongpung-myeon in 1983 with the construction of the Chungju Dam.

The pavilion features a tiered transept structure measuring 3 rooms in the front and 1 room in the side, with a two-story tower measuring 4 rooms in the front and 3 rooms in the side. The walls between the pillars are all open with railings all around. Stored inside are Song Siyeol’s tablet and Haryun’s recorded documents.

The gongpo (pieces of wood inserted between the rafter and column) of the pavilion is in an Iikgong style and the transept is in a Choikgong style. The pavilion features double eaves with rafters while the transept has single eaves without rafters.
A checkered floor was laid out with a Yeondeungcheonjang roof, but to hide the bottom of the eastern portion of the gabled roof, a checkered roof was partially installed. The pavilion was repaired by gunsu Jeong Suhong in the 6th year of King Taejong of Joseon (1406), gunsu Gwon Gyeong in the 12th year of King Injo (1634), and busa Yi Jikhyeon in the 7th year of King Gojong (1870). The building was rebuilt in April 1976 after it collapsed due to a flood on August 19, 1972. With Yeongnamnu Pavilion, Miryang (Treasure 147) and Gwanghallu Pavilion, Namwon (Treasure 281), the Hanbyeongnu Pavilion is one of the prime examples of pavilions with attached buildings, and is the most elegant out of the three.

Directions

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  • Jecheon Station : 7 min. on foot -> In front of Namdang Elementary School. Jecheon Station Bus Stop (950,952,953,960,961,970,971,980,982)-> Cheongpung Cultural Heritage Complex Bus Stop (55 min.) -> 8 min. on foot
  • Jecheon Express / Intercity Bus Teminal : 3 min. on foot -> Intercity Bus Terminal. Woori Bank Bus Stop (950,952,953,960,961,970,971,980,982)-> Cheongpung Cultural Heritage Complex Bus Stop (1 hr. 2 min.) -> 8 min. on foot

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