Jeollabuk-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 7-7 Iksan Seongdangpogu Nongak

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Jeollabuk-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 7-7 Iksan Seongdangpogu Nongak +

Classification Intangible Cultural Heritage / Traditional Performing Arts / Yeonhee
Designated date 2019.6.7
location Iksan-si, Jeollabuk-do
Iksan Seongdang Port Village is located on the west side of the Geumgang River. It was once called Seongdangpo or Seongpo, which was the site of a cathedral window that controlled Segok from Goryeo to the late Joseon Dynasty. Visitors can feel relaxed while learning about murals, Hwangpo Sailboat, and the ecology of the Geumgang River, which reflect the history of the traditional port village.

In Seongdang Port Village, there is a Pogu Travel Program where you can experience the life of fishermen through the history of Pogu, the course of sailing along the Geumgang River, Hwangpo sailboat riding, taking pictures of Pogu, and drawing pictures of Pogu, and the Geumgang Ecological Exploration Program where you can experience life in Pogu, where the hardships and joys of the life are buried, and sorrows of the Geumgang. Especially, in the village of Seongdang-gu, Iksan-si, the habitat of Goran-cho, a rare protected plant, is located, giving you a new experience.

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