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A  Guide to the Graveyard

   This is Parkneung-gok at the foot of Sujeong-bong, where a final resting place of successive generations for Gyujeong-gong pa Milyang Park clan is placed.    It has passed 600 years since the Duke of Whisakyeong, a meritorious retainer, whose concurrent positions covered a general of the army and a minister during Goryo Dynasty, was first burried here in 1370. Since then for 300 odd years until the rein of Lord Kwanghae of Yi Dynasty, a total of 90 odd number including 53 graves to the exclusion of a number of separate graves of wives and ll altars are installed here,  This historical place is also called Parkjae-gung.

  On July 19, 1589 Lee Eui-sin, geomancer, said in his book, "This is one of the best places in this world even though there exists a regrettable thing,  The outer range of Samgak Mountain composes some parks, smooth ridges and then the fair earth. This fair earth is, however, exposed on the spot where influences to their fortunes converage. This is regrettable."   This is so-called a place of the reward of virture, where Gen. Whisakyeong did a secret act of virture by means of benevolence, righteousness and affection to his descendants.  Among them, quite a few of high ranking government officials such as premiers, ministers, great scholars and so on have been produced.

  This historical resting piace is divided into three parts: the first part(center) for Gen. Whisakyeong, the second part (left) for Jonseongjae-gong and the third(right) for Sukming-gong. 

A Forest of Gravestones

  On the back of the first part, many gravestones are erected Cheongjae-gong Whisimmun, Nakchon-gong Whichungwon, Panwon-gong Whigyehyeon, Twoiwujeong-gong Whiseungjong, Songwoldang-gong Whihowon, Euigok-gong Whijeonghyeon.

 

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