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Wolchulsan National Park

Listed under National Parks in South Korea.

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Filled with unusual looking rocky mountain peaks, this national park is also home to a grand sitting Buddha monument and a temple, as well as its other natural features, waterfalls, a natural rock viewing platform and fields of azaleas and reeds. Tea plantations creep in from the park’s boundary to take advantage of the plentiful water.

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