In Changnyeong, we have Upo Wetland which is recognized and protected under the Ramsar Convention which we refer to as the ‘Olympics of Environment, and the Bugok Hot Spring which has the country’s hottest water temperature at 78℃. Also, there are many beautiful tourists attractions including the magnificent, 757m-high, Mt. Hwawang that is famous for azaleas in the srping and silver grass in the fall.
Changnyeong is often referred to as the 2nd Gyeongju and it has 105 cultural assets including 2 national treasures, 12 treasures, 4 historic sites, 1 natural monument, 2 important intangible cultural assets and 25 provincial tangible cultural assets that prove the remarkable history of the county since the prehistoric times.
If you come to Korea, please visit Changnyeong or visit Changnyeong’s website and witness Changnyeong become a global city with your love, support and interest.