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Songnisan National Park

Listed under National Parks in Daejeon, South Korea.

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Classified as one of Korea’s eight most scenic spots (it’s unclear what the parameters are here?) Songnisan means ‘apart from the ordinary mountains’ and is striking in its remote situation at the source of three great rivers. The park has eight peaks and eight plateau topped mountains, a terrain hikers of all standards are drawn to, several interesting Buddhist monuments and valleys people have written great poetry about.

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