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Seodong Park 서동공원

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41-14, Godo9-gil, Geumma-myeon, Iksan-si, Jeollabuk-do (전라북도 익산시 금마면 고도9길 41-14 (금마면))

Seodong Park (est. 2004) is a sculpture park spanning the Donggodo-ri and Sinyong-ri areas in Geumma-myeon, Iksan-si. The park covers an impressive 132,000 square meters and features approximately 68 works by famous Korean sculptors. Also located within the park limits are an observatory, rest areas, fishing grounds, walking trails, and the Mahan Exhibition Hall displaying artifacts from the Mahan Era.

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Take an intercity bus from Central City Terminal, Seoul Nambu Terminal, or Dong Seoul Terminal to Iksan Express Bus Terminal.
Take Bus 222-1 and get off at Gyo-dong Bus Stop. (34 bus stops)
※ Other Bus: 222, 222-2, 222-3, 61, 62

Or, take a train from Yongsan Station to Iksan Station.
Take Bus 222-1 and get off at Gyo-dong Bus Stop. (34 bus stops)
※ Other Bus: 222, 222-2, 222-3, 61, 62

41-14, Godo9-gil, Geumma-myeon, Iksan-si, Jeollabuk-do


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Mireuksaji Relics Exhibition Museum

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Iksan Wanggungni Historic Site [UNESCO World Heritage]

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