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Seonunsan Provincial Park 선운산도립공원

  • +82-63-560-8682~4
250, Seonunsa-ro, Asan-myeon, Gochang-gun, Jeollabuk-do

Mt. Seonunsan is a popular destination throughout all four seasons. Visitors here can enjoy camellias, cherry blossoms, cool valleys, thick woods, colorful foliage, and the sight of snow on rock cliffs. The fall season offers a mesmerizing view of crimson leaves and the 1,500-year old Seonunsa Temple.

Utilization information

・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-63-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-63-560-8681,

・Parking Facilities : Available

・Closed : N/A (open all year round)

・Operating Hours : From sunrise to sunset

Hiking Course

* Management office → Museum of Agricultural Relics → Nakjodae → Cheonmabong Peak (travel time: 2 hrs / 4km)
*Jungchon Maeul Village → Gyeongsusan Mountain → Seoksangam (travel time: 1.5 hrs / 3km)
* Seoksangam → Suribong Peak → Chamdangam → Dosoram → Nakjodae → Cheonmabong Peak → Seonunsa Temple (travel time: 4 hrs / 8km)
* Museum of Agricultural Relics → Bongsuam → Sajaam → Baemaenbawi → Cheonmabong Peak → Nakjodae → Dosoram (travel time: 3.5 hrs / 7km)
*Guam → Samcheongul Cave → Bihaksan Mountain → Huieoje → Dosoljae → Seonunsa Temple (travel time: 3 hrs / 7km)
*Guam → Anjangbawi Rock → Seonbawi Rock → Tanggeonbawi Rock → Ticket Office (travel time: 3 hrs / 6km)
* Seoksangam → Chamdangam → Dosoram → Nakjodae → Cheonmabong Peak (travel time: 3 hrs / 6km)

Natural Preservation Period (closed to public)

[Fire watch period and forest protection period]
-Spring: Feb 15 – Apr 15
-Fall: Nov 15 – Dec 15
※ Dates are subject to change.

Admission Fees


Admission fees to Seonunsa Temple
Adults (ages 19-64): 3,000 won / Group: 2,500 won
Youths (ages 13-18): 2,000 won / Group: 1,500 won
Children (ages 7-12): 1,000 won / Group: 800 won
* Group: 30 or more people

Available Facilities

Camping site, restaurants, souvenir shops, local specialty stores, tea house, etc.

Parking Fees

*Daily parking
Two-wheeled vehicles: 400 won
Sedans: business purpose 1,000 won / non-business purpose 2,000 won
Large vehicles: Micro, regular bus 2,000 won / non-regular bus 3,000 won
Freight trucks: less than 4 tons 3,000 won / more than 4 tons 3,000 won

*More than 24 hours parking
Two-wheeled vehicles: 800 won Sedans: business purpose 2,000 won / non-business purpose 4,000 won
Large vehicles: Micro, regular bus 4,000 won / non-regular bus 5,000 won
Freight trucks: less than 4 tons 4,000 won / more than 4 tons 5,000 won

*Free: Diplomats on official business, people with disability

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From Gochang Intercity Bus Terminal, take a direct bus or a local bus to Seonunsa Temple (선운사).
Direct Bus: runs 8 times a day / Local Bus: runs 24 times a day

From Gwangju U-Square Bus Terminal, take a direct bus to Seonunsa Temple.
(runs 4 times a day)

250, Seonunsa-ro, Asan-myeon, Gochang-gun, Jeollabuk-do


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