Korea National Parks

In Sobaeksan Mountain, the area between Birobong Peak (1,439m) and Yeonhwabong Peak (1,394m) where the National Observatory is situated has the most beautiful scenery. The yew forest near Birobong Peak with 388 trees that are between 200~800 years old is designated as a natural monument. Buseoksa Temple is a perfect place to visit historical sites while enjoying nature since it has a number of National Treasures and Cultural Properties such as Muryangsujeon, stone lanterns, Seated Statue of Sojo Yeorae, Mural Painting of Josadang, Three-Story Stone Pagoda, Danggan Jiju, and Goryeo Gakpan.

Participation Procedure

Participate in the research and monitoring of the park

  • Period :
    2009.1.1 ~ 2009.12.31
    Time :
    4 Hours a Day
    Conditions :
    Experts in related areas and college students or graduates who are interested in research and monitoring
    Main Activities (Individuals & Groups)

    - Monitoring by area within the park (natural resources and historical/cultural resources)

    - Study of ecological changes, restoration of damaged areas, and identifying habitats for foreign plants

I’m a volunteer worker in Sobaeksan Mountain

  • Period :
    2009.3.1 ~ 2009.11.30
    Time :
    4 Hours a Day
    For :
    Middle school students or older
    Main Activities (Individuals & Groups)

    - Make donation items for underprivileged people

    - Publish newsletters for ecosystem school

    - Management of promotional booths in Sobaeksan National Park

The contact

Mail
sobaek@knps.or.kr
Tel
+82-054-638-7896
Fax
+82-054-638-8231