Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property No.59 Shiheung-gun Jabongseong Emperor +
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Siheung gunjabong seonghwangje, Ansan-si, and, located on the border of gunjabong seonghwang gimbu in the king of the chief Deity to and good to do.
On October 3rd of the lunar calendar, a formal ceremony was held, similar in character to the Seong emperor of gray hair in Ansan.
Gunjabong (198.4m) is a mountain located on the border between Gunja-dong in Siheung and Sunbu-dong in Ansan, not far from the beach. Currently, shamanism is the most frequent mountain in the southern part of Gyeonggi-do, with several exorcisms around it.
In Gunjabong Peak, the Seonghwangdan Altar remains along with the Gunjasan Fortress Site. Seonghwangdan Altar appears around the fortress or the government offices of the town, where the chief monk and his people accompanied the people to pray for the well-being of the town or the city.
It is said that Emperor Gunjabong honors King Gyeongsun, his wife Ahn, and his mother-in-law Hong, the last king of Silla, as the Holy Roman Emperor. Various claims have been made according to scholars.
Siheung Gunjabong Seonghwangje has a joint ritualistic nature in that the village Nongak Band and Mudang group will join the village ritual, and is building a pan-do where people go to places such as Ansan, Suwon, and Pyeongtaek. This is an indication of the prestige of the Holy Emperor in this region and an important characteristic in its wide range of activities.